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The motion "seems" intelligent
But this one star looked a bit different. I didn't get any feeling. It just looked different. Not moving
I tried to take a picture of Venus itself using my Coolpix camera set on “night portrait”, but, as evidenced by the photo below, I couldn’t hold the camera still enough. I think I need to cut back on my coffee intake.
I've managed to upload the photos here (see first post). Maybe others recognise it as some kind of light anomaly above Perth. seems it was more like 10pm.
I think she was looking at Uranus - a marvellous sight in the night sky.
Very interesting! I live in perth also and a couple months ago spotted a ufo i look in the same spot almost everynight but havent sighted it since which is kind of disappointing.. What i saw was a very big glowing orb, just kinda hovering in the distance, theres a big palm tree where it was so i knew exactly the spot from the way 2 branches were sitting im in armadale so we see heaps of planes going around here too land at the airport and one came under it and as it approached it dimmed its light right down, i know it wasnt a cloud blocking whatever it was because it was a really clear night anyway soon as the plane flew by it was back too really bright again.. I tried to get a pic with my iphone but no luck if i zoomed it was distorted and without zoom it didn't even show up! It couldnt have been a star because it hasn't been in that spot or around it since and it was the strangest glow and a star cant just dim itself when a planes approaching..
First off im a professional photographer. The 'light trails' are simply caused by camera shake while pressing the button to take the picture. This is because you hand held the camera using a shutter speed of 0.8 seconds (autopicked by the camera to compensate for the dark picture).
The reason the blurriness on the rooftop doesnt match the camera shake is because it was captured briefly during the flash from the camera the very first moment you pressed the button and lasts for less than 1/10th of the entire exposure. This also explains why the roof isnt very defined, after the flash fired the other 90% (or more) of the exposure for the roof was total darkness. So the result is a very undefined and dark rooftop.
edit on 26-11-2013 by PhoenixOD because: (no reason given)