posted on Jul, 15 2003 @ 09:23 PM
well i know i'm the last person you want replying to your threads, but i can't help myself
now you say they are blurry because they are moving fast, but the background remains in focus. you can also get blurred objects that are close to the
lens. the blur looks like an object out of focus to me. a blur of a fast moving object would look differnt. it should be more transparent. you should
be able to see the background through the fast moving object partly. you also wouldn't get that repeating pattern if the object was moving at a fast
speed. it would look much smoother.
here is a quick example of what i mean. www.dansdata.com...
notice how you can bairly see the cars if at all. only
the lights show up because they are bright and expose easier on the film. but even they are partly transparent (at least the red lights since they are
not as bright as the white).
also i remember you saying in the other thread that the objects were probably moving at astronomical speeds.. or something like that. either way.
anything moving at tremendous speeds is not going to expose on film at all unless you are using some very highspeed film and have the ability to have
very fast shutter speeds.
film only picks up what light bounces off of. if light is bouncing off of it you will see it with your own eyes. cameras don't have a special ability
to see things our eyes don't.
also here is a pic that looks just like yours. www.ghostresearch.org...
and there are many other good examples on this site as to how to fake ghost photos and the like. www.ghostresearch.org...
[Edited on 16-7-2003 by jra]