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« Reply #15 on: Jun 16th, 2006, 7:01pm »

on Jun 16th, 2006, 12:53pm, Alienationsam wrote:
All these photos are so amazing Lawwalk.

Keep those eyes on those skies!

Sam, smiley


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Thanks for the nice compliment! And you Sam,watch out for those flying saucers! smiley

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« Reply #16 on: Dec 4th, 2006, 03:11am »

Lawwalk, you have taken some awesome UFO pics! Those close ups of the planes spraying chemtrails are also amazing.

Could you teach me a few tricks? Also what zoom do you have on your camera to get those close ups of the jets? I will eventually by a nice big juicy 10mp camera to try and catch some UFOs, amongst other things.
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« Reply #17 on: Dec 4th, 2006, 11:38am »

on Dec 4th, 2006, 03:11am, Lateral wrote:
Lawwalk, you have taken some awesome UFO pics! Those close ups of the planes spraying chemtrails are also amazing.

Could you teach me a few tricks? Also what zoom do you have on your camera to get those close ups of the jets? I will eventually by a nice big juicy 10mp camera to try and catch some UFOs, amongst other things.


Hey Lateral

Welcome to the forum! And thanks for the kind words! I'm not a camera expert but I found out from three years of taking photos,these objects seem to be mostly around the chemtrails and edges of clouds. The objects appear to be relative in size to where the jets are,in other words if the jets are far away,the objects will be smaller and if they are closer,the objects are larger. This has caused me to believe that some of the objects are real unknowns checking out the jets and chemtrails. I could be wrong though,it's just my opinion, smiley
I use a Panasonic 8MP with a 12x optical zoom digital camera. Still the clarity of the objects I'm getting are not what I want and expect,so I'm eventually upgrading to a higher MP camera in the future.The higher the MP'S the better and I like the big zoom for the objects that you see going across the sky to get a closer and better look and capture. Hope some of this helps you and happy hunting!

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« Reply #18 on: Dec 4th, 2006, 10:15pm »

Thanks for the advice Lawwalk.

Have you thought about getting a widescreen video camera or even just a normal one and filming the sky while you photograph?
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« Reply #19 on: Dec 4th, 2006, 11:03pm »

on Dec 4th, 2006, 10:15pm, Lateral wrote:
Thanks for the advice Lawwalk.

Have you thought about getting a widescreen video camera or even just a normal one and filming the sky while you photograph?


Lateral

I've probably got more videos of objects than photos,but to answer your question,no I haven't thought about doing both at the same time.

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« Reply #20 on: Apr 6th, 2007, 3:07pm »

Hi , Im Andi from Austria . I have this Pic for you , What do you say . This is realy Amazing - sorry for my englisch


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« Reply #21 on: Apr 8th, 2007, 06:39am »

Lawwalk, really enjoyed your most recent sighting, Kind of a bizarre shape.... You lucky dog you!
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« Reply #22 on: Apr 22nd, 2007, 8:25pm »

Lawwalk, another great picture. It is pretty difficult for skeptics to argue about photographs, as they are the real deal.

Smisser, that is a very interesteing photo too; of the ship above the ocean going vessel. Do you know when and where this picture was taken?

These are intriguing photos and demonstrate the FACT that our skies are filled with crafts that are far different than the ordinary aircraft built by humans. Perhaps, (and I believe) our skies are also busy with crafts from other planets visiting earth.

As human development and technology advances, we will be sending craft to other moons, planets (which we are doing now, unmanned ones) and then once technology enables us, we will be sending craft to other solar systems and perhaps other galaxies. It may not happen in our time, but surely will in the next few hundred years. Just think when the day will come, a person will be able to take a weekend getaway at the Hilten Moon, or Orbiting Casino Royale, or Holiday Mars Inn.

Perhaps, our grandchildren or even great grandchildren will have that opportunity available.

Seeing pictures of what could be ET piloted craft, allows our imaginations to soar high into the heavens above. Human technology will be there someday. Perhaps, just perhaps, some of these crafts photographed, are piloted by humans of the future, who figured out a way to go take glimpses into the past, which is our present.

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« Reply #23 on: May 15th, 2007, 5:31pm »

Lawwalk,
I'm new to this really interesting site, and you are experienced. Since you have had lots of photos logged on the site, I was wondering what you thought of the photos logged on 5/9/07 and 5/13/07 titled Strange Craft Photos. Do you think they are credible? They are the clearest I've ever seen. Thanks, Beaucruz.
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« Reply #24 on: May 16th, 2007, 03:29am »

on May 15th, 2007, 5:31pm, Beaucruz wrote:
Lawwalk,
I'm new to this really interesting site, and you are experienced. Since you have had lots of photos logged on the site, I was wondering what you thought of the photos logged on 5/9/07 and 5/13/07 titled Strange Craft Photos. Do you think they are credible? They are the clearest I've ever seen. Thanks, Beaucruz.


Hey Beaucruz.
Welcome to the forum! Nearly every time,a good,clear photo of a craft close up as this one is,it is usually exposed as a fake. I personally have not had a close encounter such as this one. I also have no experience in CGI's,so I really can't tell if this is one or not. I thought at first that the first photos were probably hoaxed,but since then there's another sighting of nearly the same craft in Tahoe,NM.If it is found out somehow that these two sightings are not from the same people and the people don't know each other,then I may change my mind. I have a friend that analyzes ufo clips and photos and he's good,this is what he had to say when I asked him about the first sighting:

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Right now this is the hottest of topics on most forums everywhere..

But unfortunately it's a hoax... Here are few tell-tale signs..

If you look at many of the photos, when the CGI model is near the trees they
become slightly off-color in comparison to the rest of the surrounding trees and leaves. (the areas closest to the CGI Model

The shadows in certain ares of the model (CGI) don't match the surrounding area (albeit very small differences, they still exist.

The point of focus (if you were to remove the CGI out of the picture) appears to be very well lined up for a landscape shot.

The focus of the surrounding landscape is not as sharp as the object itself.

There are numerous other little 'give-aways'.. but lets ask a few questions such as:

We are to believe that this object was low enough to the ground on the first visit (cellphone shot). Then they return again on a different day, with a better camera and the thing is there again and even closer? Why no TV News-Crew, Why no Video Camera. He also doesn't want to reveal the location...why.. In his statement he says most of all.. he wants to know what it is..Well wouldn't that need more witness's.. professionals, scientist, etc.?

Also the EXIF on every photograph has Photoshop encryption..
Which in itself is damaging except that it does mean that there is a greater chance of manipulation...

There's more.. but those are the key points..

Hope this helps you some... smiley

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« Reply #25 on: Jul 4th, 2007, 9:39pm »

Hello all,

Been a Lurker of this site for some time now and never posted.

I live in Quinlan Tx about 30 minutes North of where Lawwalk is and I have to admit seeing his pics made me go out and purchase an Expensive Sony CyberShot Digital 8.1mp camera so I could see if there is anything to all this. I tried my luck at snapping pics of the sky and while my pics are no where as impressive as his I do have several anamolies that are unexplainable. The pics I have are more or less dark anamolies with solid form but the distance at which I am getting them makes it hard to view in photoshop. The standard pic in Photshop shows a normal pic but zoomed in once or twice and you start to pin point where these anamolies are at, once I zoom further in on them the pixilate too much to draw any real or substantial conclusions. I will say this, they are not planes nor are they birds. Should I get anything worth sharing I'll be sure to post. On a side note. Raytheon is about 10 minutes east of where I am and I was thinking of taking a jot over there and see if there is anything buzzing around the airport.

Lawwalk, keep up the good work, it only inspires me to see what I can find. If you have any suggestions on camera settings please let me know either here or PM me. Thanks.

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« Reply #26 on: Jul 5th, 2007, 8:29pm »

Welcome to Casebook Humanform! I am pleased that you have been inspired by our friend Lawwalk to go out and take some photos. I know that if you are out there enough, you will very likely catch something buzzing by. I hope to see you posting frequently around the forum.
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« Reply #27 on: Jul 6th, 2007, 12:52am »

on Jul 4th, 2007, 9:39pm, Humanform wrote:
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I live in Quinlan Tx about 30 minutes North of where Lawwalk is and I have to admit seeing his pics made me go out and purchase an Expensive Sony CyberShot Digital 8.1mp camera so I could see if there is anything to all this. I tried my luck at snapping pics of the sky and while my pics are no where as impressive as his I do have several anamolies that are unexplainable.


Glad to have you Humanform.

Within this same section are many, many photos belonging to Lawwalk plus he's probably the largest contributor to the UFO Casebook website in regard to article/w pictures for Texas.

As important, you'll see Lawwalk spending a lot of time on a more serious problem in your area, which has to do with chemtrails.

Check out the chemtrail/contrail section if you haven't already.

http://ufocasebook.conforums.com/index.cgi?board=chemtrails

And here, sightings - some of Lawwalks pictures were removed by him in the early pages so start at the last page here and go toward the first page.

http://ufocasebook.conforums.com/index.cgi?board=reports&num=1119556575&action=display&start=105

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« Reply #28 on: Jul 6th, 2007, 01:26am »

Thanks for the info. Already checked the chemtrials section and am looking forward to looking toward the sky as soon as we get rid of all this rain we are getting, 4 weeks straight if a member correctly. Too many clouds to see any Chemtrails atm. The clouds started to disapate over the last few days so it might look hopeful this weekend but then again there is still rain in the forecast. Those damn HAARP facilities ya know lol !!
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« Reply #29 on: Sep 24th, 2007, 1:21pm »

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here's my analyses of Lawwalk's enlarged UFO
i reduced the whites,inverted and applied emboss filter to see depth...
and it looks like there's a figure standing with spread arms...
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