"How come the light was captured by the camera, but not the people who were present? Was this miracle intended just for the photographer?
Otherwise, it is a typical hoax, or poor imitation that people come up with, not just in Orthodoxy, but in many other cases, such as "ufo's". The general impression that they leave behind is one of confusion, uncertainty and an air of falseness.
From an orthodox pov, when God performs miracles, He clearly communicates this fact in a manner that leads one to repentance and a deeper knowledge of God. He will not employ methods such as revealing His Grace to an object (camera) and not to real people, and leave it up to discussion whether it was a miracle or not (it must be clearly understood).
Another point, the light does not make sense theologically either. The Uncreated Energies (Light) of God is not physical, but spiritual, intended to be seen by those whom God wants to bring to repentance, or those who are purified (ie saints). Capturing physical light on film is something for the physical eyes and for the human mind alone; something that satan, or even man can duplicate (especially if this is a forgery). Again, this miracle does not seem to glorify God's Power of performing Miracles and bringing people to repentance and deeper knowledge of Him." (I posted this on a blog as well)