Can sis email them to you?My sister, having returned from a holiday in Egypt several years ago was excited to show me photos of "orbs" she'd taken in one of the dark unlit chambers of their tour. My initial refutation was to declare them likely out of focus dust particles lit up by the flash but she countered that flash photography was prohibited which kinda stumped me.
I imagined this would be asked just after I posted, she's not so good with technology. Was hoping someone would have an off-the-shelf suggestion.Can sis email them to you?
My sister, having returned from a holiday in Egypt several years ago was excited to show me photos of "orbs" she'd taken in one of the dark unlit chambers of their tour.
The chamber wasn't unlit?Was hoping someone would have an off-the-shelf suggestion.
A black photo, like there was nothing in it but orbs? How would you even know where it was?As it was a few years ago, all I can recall was a black photo with a sprinkling of light dust specs.
She didn't volunteer that info neither did I question it at the time (it's pointless trying to convince my sister that woo is woo)The chamber wasn't unlit?
That's another possibility, for sure!she forgot her flash was on. ?
I'm guessing they're "somewhere" and I'll have to be the one to guess where, find them and grab a copy. Don't hold your breath!The most likely one, methinks. Track down those photos!
That's her modus operandi, shoot first, ask questions later. Until she can see the results (printed at the store or displayed on a large screen) it's fire and forget all the way!I wonder what she was trying to take a photo of, in a dark, unlit chamber, with the flash turned off?
Sometimes we analyse the same or similar photos from different sources with slight variations. Here's an example of how easy it is for orbs to come and go with a few moments in photoshop (attached). This quote also demonstrates one's potential motivation to remove lens flare in the first place.I was somewhat disappointed that it was spoilt by the green orb at the edge of the surf.