This is a photo from the 2009 Obama Inauguration. In which you can see *IN FOCUS*. The face of each individual in the crowd !!!
You can scan, double click and zoom to any section of the crowd. . . wait
a few seconds. . . and the focus adjusts.
The picture was taken with a robotic camera at 1,474 megapixel. (295 times
the standard 5 megapixel camera)
Makes you wonder who's watching us right now!!!!
Zoom in on NoBama. Now look to the left of where he's standing and follow the wall with the red, white, and blue banners hanging to the light post. There is a guy standing there that has a goatee, and sunglasses on looking up into the crowd (probaby security) Can anybody tell what the white thing is that obstructing part of his face?
That's right, I called it a quilt. Well, that's what it looks like. If you zoom in on the guy with the goatee a little closer, you'll see that what appears to be something projecting out of his head is actually a sliced image of someone else's hat. If you continue moving left and slightly down, you'll encounter another guy who apears to have half of one red hat and half of another, and then if you move further south on the image, you'll see where the railings do not match. I imagine that this huge panoramic picture is pieced together by various shots taken in 360 degrees, but somehow at the point were they were pieced together this particular patch didn't quite match.
That's one explanation......another explanation is that many people in this crowd are actually shape shifting reptiles who were clandestinely caught in the process. Personally, I like the second scenario better. Either way, this photo is as good reason as any I can think of to stay away from crowds these days, I would have hated for my mascara to run when crying those tears of joy. Imagine what I'd look like, no telling what else could show up!
Great post, BTW......Thanks.
You nailed it alikat, it is a quilt. There is software called a stitcher that puts the individual pictures together after the individual pictures are taken. The software screwed up in this case.