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If you’re looking for a new hobby that combines your love of adventure with your passion for photography, ghost hunting might be the perfect activity for you! In this article, we’ll explore the basics of ghost hunting photography, from equipment to techniques, and click the images to see Ghost Hunting Locations.
Do you want to know where to find a plethora of frightening Ghost Hunting Locations? Would you like to enter a nightmare of fear while toxic entities surround you trying to vaporize you before your next breath? We are not sure we can point you to that exact location, but we can show you where there are some mind-blowing locations with a surprising amount of Paranormal Activity.
Many locations around the world are said to be haunted. If you’re interested in ghost hunting photography, you’ll want to check out some of these places. Here are a few of the most popular ghost hunting locations:
1. The Tower of London – This historic site is said to be home to the ghosts of Anne Boleyn and Lady Jane Grey.
2. The Ancient Ram Inn – This inn in England is said to be haunted by the ghost of a monk who was murdered there.
3. The Bhangarh Fort – This fort in India is said to be cursed, and it’s said that anyone who spends the night there will never come out alive.
4. The Aokigahara Forest – This forest in Japan is known as the “Suicide Forest” because so many people have taken their own lives there. It’s also said to be haunted by the ghosts of those who have died there.
5. The Myrtles Plantation – This plantation in Louisiana is haunted by the ghosts of slaves killed there.
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Suppose you take a step back and go to our Main Ghost Hunting Photography Page. In that case, you will see an abundance of Ghost Hunting Photography how-to and some frightening information that can be very useful for your Ghost Hunting Expeditions.
We repeat, you DO NOT need all sorts of fancy equipment. Having a backpack full of ghost hunting gear is nice, but you can ghost hunt, have fun, and succeed in documenting the paranormal activity with just a camera. We have a lot of equipment, and there are many times we do not even need to use it. Sometimes the action is so prevalent we start shooting. We are also psychics and mediums, so it may be a lot easier for us. Here are a few pointers on using your abilities rather than ghost hunting gear.
Some people are very close-minded; therefore, they will never acknowledge their abilities to do things out of the ordinary realm of human behavior. If you take a minute to open your mind and imagine that so many more things are possible than our human mind can even comprehend. We don’t have to start believing in sensationalized mumbo jumbo, but we can begin to understand that contacting the other side is possible and very real.
She connects with the other dimensions; she has to be very calm and relaxed; we take her coffee away about an hour before entering a location. (This is not an easy task, and one staff member is assigned to distract her from noticing her coffee is missing. Please don’t tell her we do this.) We keep her cheerful, which is not difficult to do. Sometimes upon arrival, she knows exactly where to go, and entities are drawn to her as if they know she can communicate with them. Some seem to have messages or issues, and they openly send the vibes about her.
After you are calm, start to meditate. Practice meditation daily. It is good for you, but it is also essential to be able to enter an instant meditative state while ghost hunting. The more practice you have, the easier it is to get to this place quickly. You can walk and meditate. You can walk and hum for your vibration. Do this in a low tone. Remember, our friends on the other side can hear you, and you don’t want to scare them. 🙂 Yes, you may think they scare you, but we scare them.
Clear your mind. Allow the thoughts to pass through but do not attach to the feelings right away. A specific image, thought, or idea might come that appears much more powerful than the other passing thoughts. Pay a little more attention to this. After a while, you will decipher which thoughts are from apparitions in a different dimension, trying to communicate. Please pay attention to these thoughts, and do not be afraid to go with them.
Talk to them out loud. Wait for responses. Take photographs while on a tripod using a shutter release button as you attempt to communicate. We like to take a picture of the ground or nothingness before starting this dialog and grabbing another when we are done. When we are in Lightroom, we can see when we begin to attempt our communication, and if there is an activity in those images, we know why. Check out our Tennent Church Ghost Hunt and see where Paranormal Pam communicated with Captain Henry. Later we noticed his shadow clearly on a tree.
There are a few key pieces of gear you’ll need if you want to get into ghost hunting photography. First, you’ll need a good digital camera that can take high-quality photos in low-light conditions. You’ll also need a tripod to keep your camera steady when taking long exposures. And finally, you’ll need a flash unit to help illuminate any ghosts you might encounter.
If you’re interested in ghost hunting and photography, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s possible to photograph ghosts or apparitions. Here are some tips on how to do it:
First, make sure you have a good camera with a high-resolution sensor. This will help ensure that any images you capture are clear and sharp.
Second, use a tripod to keep your camera steady. This will reduce the chances of blurring or shaking the camera, which could ruin your photos.
Third, set the shutter speed to a faster setting. This will help freeze any movement, which is essential when photographing ghosts or apparitions.
Finally, take lots of pictures! The more you take, the greater the chances are that you’ll capture something interesting.
DSLR Camera: We like DSLR cameras best, but ghost hunting can be done with non-DSLR cameras. Cameras that allow you to change all the settings listed are best. Cameras cannot see in the absolute darkness. You must bring a light source of some kind for focusing.
DSLR Camera Lens: The ideal lens to use while Ghost Hunting is a wide-angle lens. It is also best to use a lens with an aperture such as 2.8 or below so more light goes into the camera since we will be in dark locations most of the time. High-quality images with high-end cameras are better, but lower-end lenses and cameras can also be used. We are here to document paranormal activity, so prioritizing quality may not be the priority when ghost hunting.
Gear: Bring your tripod with your infrared illuminating light and your shutter release. Bring your driver’s license if the police question you. Be prepared for that. Be sure there aren’t any NO TRESPASSING signs where you are—trespass at your own risk.