Welcome to My UFO Photos. My name is Brian Jørgensen. I am amateur photographer and the author of this site, which is about authentic UFO/UAP photos I have gathered since 2009, the year I got my first DSLR camera.
My plan at the time in 2009 was not to start shooting UFO pictures or start writing about UFO phenomena. Instead, I was bothered by the visual pollution in our skies caused by commercial air traffic. I ended up taking thousands of photos of aviation contrails.
In that connection, I also got a lot of photos of cloud systems and other natural aerial phenomena too. To this date, I have over 7000 sky photos and some of those reveals unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP).
And as the years went by, the UFO pictures began to pile up.
In the first year 2009 alone I got three cases, showing unidentified flying objects in the photos. So in 2010 I decided to create a blog (UFO pictures and photos) which later evolved into this new project under the new name My UFO Photos
I have no doctoral degree, it’s just me as an individual trying to present this phenomenon to the audience with my own personal perspective. I do this in the spirit that real UFO photos should be accessible for everyone. It is not only for a small group but the whole globe. It is important for our collective consciousness and evolution to know what kind of world we live in.
Authentic UFO photos
When I refer to my UFO/UAP photos as authentic or real, I do it because it is real and not hoaxed DSLR images. It is something unidentified flying I can not identify. And as long there are unidentified and flying objects in the photos, it is authentic and real UFO photos. If something is identified as terrestrial or as a known phenomenon, I will let you know.
My photo equipment
- Sony A-100 DSLR Camera
- Sony standard zoom lens 3.5-5.6/18-70mm
- Canon EOS 60D
- Canon standard zoom lens EF-S 1:3.5-5.6/18-55mm
- Canon zoom lens EF 1:1.4-5.6/70-300mm USM
Preparation of the images
For the preparation of the images, I use the basic image processing tools in Adobe Photoshop CS4. Compared to old days manual photo processing, these are advanced tools with a lot more options. But the goal is the same; to clear up the images and make them appear as sharp and clear as possible.
The tools I use most are Auto Tone, Auto Contrast, Negative (Curves), manual Brightness / Contrast, and Calculations. I also show you the unedited versions, typically with the hi-res original photos.
Why is the pixelation so visible in most photos?
Th reason behind the pixelation is simple. The photos have been zoomed/enlarged to better see objects that are there in the distance. The more you enlarge an image, the clearer the pixelation becomes.
I live in Denmark in Odense city. I have been autodidact web designer since 2002 and have 10 years SEO experience. I enjoy blogging and I love studying the Internet of all its possibilities. I have been playing drums for nearly 20 years and played in several amateur rock bands. I love studying Vedic Astrology (Jyotish) and have done that now and then since 1989 and still learning.
My life has been influenced by the paranormal as long as I remember. Then I was 12 years old in 1981, I got a visit from the other side. Also, read the related article about the UFO that visited the old landing site while I was there back in 2013.
Danish version here: UFO billeder fra Danmark