SquatchDetective Steve Kulls Analysis on Todd Standing Bigfoot Image with Surprising Results
The SquatchDetective Steve Kulls has been very busy lately. Today he released his analysis on one of the Todd Standing bigfoot images. The image was from a series of photos and videos showing what appears to be a bigfoot type creature. In one of the videos the creature even blinks. Controversy has surrounded the images since Standing first released them years ago. Many feel that the images are fake, nothing more than a prop, but still others adamantly support Standing and believe the creature is real. So what did Steve Kulls' analysis determine? Check it out below:
"Section 1 – Examining Camera Settings
1. The still of the video is not a still at all but in actuality was a photograph taken with a Canon model EOS 60D.
2. The photo was taken on May 9th, 2011 at 4:59 PM (Believed to be in the same time zone as Edmonton, Alberta, Canada).
3. The ISO speed was 100, meaning you are in need of longer exposure time. Not a speed you would set your photographic equipment for something that would move fast such as a Sasquatch, Deer or a student running a track race (something I have had experience with.) This is the LOWEST ISO setting. Also needed for this exposure is ample light which the plant matter in the front appears to have plenty of unlike the subject in the background."
|Canon EOS 60D|
|Todd Standing's Bigfoot Image|
|Error Level Analysis of the Above Photo|
To read the rest of the material, and find out the final conclusion the SquatchDetective reached, click here.