Thursday, November 10, 2016

Bigfoot Hunter Gets Followed


Robert Dodson was on his atv in the woods when he noticed something big and black following him off in the trees. Was it a bigfoot?

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  1. He was "followed" when he wasn't seeing what he saw, huh?

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    1. ^Stupid auto correct...That was supposed to say "fallowed", as the video says.

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  2. I am rapeman this is my domain.

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    1. Rapeman, how old are you - 12? Grow up dude!

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  3. Greetings to All Superfriends! Bigfoot Student still loves you!

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    1. Awwwwwwwwwww thanks Bigfoot Student we love you too :) xx

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    2. Shucks. (BLUSHING). On my phone and can't remember my password at the moment, that's why I'm not showing up as verified. But I promise it's me!

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    3. Bigfoot Student!!!!!! Bless ya mate!!!!

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  4. Got a video featuring this anomaly:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/ndkmti93hgpyr12/the_dude_abides.tif?dl=0

    Its uploading and will take until tomorrow to complete (113 GB for 3 minutes of raw 10-bit YUV 4:2:2 uncompressed video). Its 4k video from 4k source but its pointless to upload 4:4:4 video to YouTube as they down-sample color during their compression process. Its considerably zoomed, lightened and sharpened.

    Thought I would put a frame out there for a peek while I'm waiting. Cheers.

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    1. That's an excellent photo.  DS is going to be really mad.  Congrats!

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    2. Looks like multiple heads stacked together with others behind and to the side slightly.

      Brute force resolution seems to cut through the haze somewhat. I'm stunned. Is this manually focused?

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    3. Yes Doc, pareidolia is always a possibility. I see pareidolia images quite powerfully so I take a few measures to try to eliminate them.

      1) Persistence through Angular Change.

      2) Persistence over Time.

      3) Elimination of images on wood or rock.

      4) Second or third set of eyes on the imagery.

      5) Subject movement/articulation.

      That does not eliminate them all but its what we do to mitigate pareidolia.

      This image was manually focused but the focal point was not set precisely on the subject/anomaly as the subject was found in post-production. Additionally the digital spotting scope employed here introduces some spherical aberration. Our new rig is Newtonian (a reflector) so there will be no aberration and we will have considerably more magnification at hand. It will be spring before the new rig is brought up to the site but I may do some practice runs in the local mountains to get it dialed in.

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