Photo Experts, I have a question

Jan 12, 2022,20:44 PM

Looking back through my files today I came across a blue image. Could my camera have freaked out? Or could it be possible that it captured such an intense image?

I don't have the shot preceding this one

Here's the data my Aperture screen shows for that photo

This image follows 4 seconds later. The data is very similar to what you see above.

Here are a couple more in the few minutes following the BLUE image.

Any thoughts on this?



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😉😉 Is the OS of the Sony DSC-HX300 provided by Microsoft ?

 By: cshimokita : January 12th, 2022-21:16
Lovely series... Casey .

I am unable to answer that question

 By: cazalea : January 12th, 2022-21:55
but I suspect their OS is from Japan not Redmond. I do get the inference though...

Sony is a consumer electronics company so a failure like this does not surprise me...

 By: cshimokita : January 13th, 2022-02:44
I have never seen this using Canon, Hasselblad, Casio, nor Fuji digital cameras and not heard of a similar situation from any photographers. It could have been a failure to write (i.e. a disk/media problem) or a camera driver issue... Maybe try to downloa... 

Normally, I'd say it was a genuine photo, BUT...

 By: enjoythemusic : January 12th, 2022-21:28
(Friendly humor) I had that exact same thing happen to me. A few minutes passed between frames just like yours. It's like time never happened! The only solution to this mystery was.... ...  

All I can say,

 By: InHavenPro : January 13th, 2022-00:54
is that the 'picture' sure doesn't look like a real-life image to my eyes....

You had me there for a second

 By: mhz vph : January 13th, 2022-07:08
Great shots!