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Maybe this is the only UAP or UFO photo in the world?

Why is UAP difficult to see in photos?
Probably because the power of UAP is the force field.
Therefore, it is difficult to shoot, and the only possible case is when the main body can be seen through as force field transmitted light due to the strong reflection of the sun.

#UAP in Spain 1995 Minolta Alpha Camera-Kodachrome film*

The UFO was called #Flying Saucer, but this UAP is probably
a #Flying Cup, no matter how you look at it.

At the bottom of the object, a layer of atmosphere
like a force field is formed. # UAP

The actual color of the UAP shot on Kodachrome film is unknown.
This is because older scanners do not analyze Kodachrome.

#UAP announced by the US Department of Defense
A 35mm reversal image taken more clearly and three-dimensionally?
Is it metallic and has a hollow structure in the center?
A streak pattern can be seen on the body of the object.

UFO sightings are every day, but ...
Most of them are illusions?
So it's rarely filmed.
There are movies, but most of them are edited?


Even with UAP, sharp images will not come out w You are cheated by infrared shadow puppets w

UAP's powerful weapon is the force field from objects. Even if a submarine collides, it will not break.

US10322827B2 - High frequency gravitational wave generator -

Obtained a higher resolution image than the UAP image announced by
the US Department of Defense. If you analyze it a little more,
you can expect new information.


Vintage photos are mostly monochrome, with very few color prints.
In the case of color, it will be faded after 30 years. Therefore,
I made organic pigments as color formers. Moreover, the dot type will be the world's first.


# Shooting with color reversal film. From the film, create a magnifying negative.
Mixture of pigment and photosensitizer on printing paper, plastic paper,
Roughly spray. After drying, overlay the magnifying negative and use the UV exposure machine,
Burn. Then wipe with tap water, sponge, etc.
An image appears. It is dry and one step is completed.
Repeat this process, replacing the pigment with C · M · Y · B.
For this print, I used C, M, Y photosensitizers.