Win a Star Named After You by Faking a UFO Picture
03/31/2012

Alien UFO Research is looking to see how people debunk pictures of UFOs to better understand photo manipulation.

The organization is looking for people to submit their fake UFO pictures and the winner with the best fake UFO picture will win a star named after them.

Online PR News – 31-March-2012 – Denver, CO – The extraterrestrial investigation organization Alien UFO Research is giving away a star named after the person who submits the most realistic fake UFO picture this April through the international star registry.

The contest is worldwide and all are welcome to submit their fake UFO pictures. "We're really excited to see what people come up with," said Joel Richardson of Alien UFO Research.

"We get hundreds of pictures a year claiming to be real and with this contest we hope to be able to better understand the different ways that people try and fake these images," he said.

The main purpose of the contest is to not only to see how difficult it truly is to manipulate images and to make fake UFO pictures but to see how creative the general public is and what they can do with camera tricks and Photoshop.

The contest is going to run from April 1st to April 30th and the grand prize of a star named after the winner will be announced on the 5th of May.

For more information on the contest and how you can submit an entry you can visit http://alien-ufo-research.com/news/2012/fake-ufo-contest.php