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Posted:what you are seeing on the photos are the camera effects, basically they slowed the shutter speed down of the camera to allow 1/2 to1 1/2 beats or more in to each picture. some were done on high quality digitall cameras (which i still have no idea how to get good pics from) or normal film cameras that have adjustable shutter speeds. hope that helped!!
also you might want to try to do a search im sure there has to be several topics on this already..good luck!!
still can't believe it's not butter Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Posted:...but surely it must be the fuel ur using!!! maybe i can slow down the fire if i was in zero gravity? the ISS has more oxygen than they need! I can spell antipodean! sparkly poi cages dun hold fuel too well.