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What is in my image?
« on: April 22, 2018, 03:48:32 AM »
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A selfie taken during a paranormal investigation at an Asylum in Victoria Australia using a Samsung galaxy 9s.  The images (2) prior to this image were taken at around 4 seconds apart and there was nothing like this in those images.  I am POSITIVE no one was standing near me because I deliberately separated myself from the group.  There were people at the other end of the room but the room was HUGE,  There were no windows in this area of the room.  I felt really ill with a headache like my skull was being crushed after this and as much as I really enjoyed the investigation I really did feel like I needed to have my back against a wall.  If anyone can work magic on this image with photography filters and help me get some understanding of what this is I would be extremely grateful.  Thank you.


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Re:What is in my image?
« Reply #1 on: October 6, 2019, 07:56:14 PM »
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Your photo exhibits nothing unusual for a digital photo taken in low light conditions. It is common to get weird shadow or "light finger" effects when the camera is starved for natural light without a flash.

I had a cheap early Agfa digital camera... which would have been about the quality of webcams by say 2000 or so. It took some very visually bizarre photos which could easily qualify as "ghostly" images, but it was more a matter of a cheap processor and low resolution combined with primitive technology and a cheap lens. Still fun to play with.

I fully acknowledge that you may have had a dark encounter at the time this photo was taken, but I seriously don't think it is well-depicted in this shot.

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