The issue seems to be that, in this particular instance, you seemed more likely to accept that it was a genuine UFO than accept that it was more likely to be a faked photo. Given that faking a photo is relatively common (even retouching is a form of fakery) and there is no solid evidence of UFOs other than anecdotal evidence, it is legitimately asked why you would favour it in the first instance being a UFO rather than simply a faked photo? Even ignoring the simple possibility of a faked photo, you subsequently still preferred the notion of it being a genuine UFO rather than the possibility of it being a photo created on an identified app specifically created for such fakery, even when provided similar photos that were known to be fakes created by that app purporting to show the same "UFO". It is your apparent eagerness to assume a genuine UFO, and your reluctance to be as eager to assume a far more likely explanation when presented, that seems to cause people to question your thinking. Would you not agree?