GHOST HUNTING PHOTOGRAPHY
Check out our How to Shoot Ghost Hunting Photography Page, and then head to our Ghost Hunting Photography Hot Spots for a blood-curdling good time. You can also see each article link below.
Don’t forget to protect yourself when you go ghost hunting. Command that all beings stay behind and not follow you home.
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Where to Ghost Hunt – Ghost Photography
• Churches • Graveyards • Battlefields • Historic Sites • Old Hotels
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Paranormal Photography – Ghost Hunting Photography
Paranormal photography has been a point of controversy since the 1800s. It includes capturing paranormal phenomena in images. We are searching for documenting and showing evidence of ghosts, orbs and apparitions, ectoplasms or vortexes, and anything not of this world in our pictures. Many people dismiss paranormal photography and videos, but it can still be considered a legitimate field of study. Inexplicable images such as orbs, ectoplasms, or vortexes appear in many photographs during our hunts.
Some standard terms and things to consider bringing whilst Ghost Hunting. Digital and analog audio recorder: Capture any unexplained noises and electronic voice phenomena. Orb: Unexpected, circular in nature, artifacts that occur in photography. EMF Meters: Measure fluctuations in electromagnet fields (or EM fields). Apparition – a ghost or ghostlike image of a person. Paranormal refers to something beyond the range of typical human experience or scientific explanation.
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Ghost Hunting Photography – How To
Lens: Ghost hunting is a wide-angle lens activity, but you ideally need a lens with an open aperture of 2.8 or below. The higher-end cameras will allow you to go to a very high ISO with less noise, so they are ideal. If you don’t have a high-end camera, any camera will do. After all, we are not going for super high-quality images here. We are going for super high amounts of paranormal activity instead.
Gear: Bring your tripod, infrared filter, illuminating light, and shutter release. Bring your driver’s license just in case the police question you. Be prepared for that. Be sure there aren’t any NO TRESPASSING signs where you are, and you should be okay. There is a list of equipment below that you should consider purchasing.
Ghost Photography – Paranormal Photography – Capturing Ghostly Images
Vortexes come through the church window.
Paranormal Pam’s boyfriend Henry reveals himself only when the image is lightened days later.
Green orbs were everywhere on this hunt.