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Gold King Mine & Ghost Town, Jerome Arizona

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Gold King Mine & Ghost Town, Jerome Arizona

Don Robertson has a legacy in this town, one which is very well known and will never be forgotten. When we arrived and saw his picture, we spoke about chills going down our spines. It was as if Old Don was standing next to us grouchy but with a smile and excited that we were there to experience the creation of our art and to show off to the world what a great artist he was.

Some of the reviews we read were from people who could not appreciate a location such as this. As a group of photographers, we were boiling with excitement. We saw vibrant colors, composition, and photo opportunities galore! We spent half a day here, and that was the quick version. We could have stayed from sunrise to sunset to do this exactly right. We were excited about collecting images of the past and thrilled about the old cars and trucks we were about to add to our portfolio. We highly suggest this photography spot for all photographers. It is one of the top places to do photography in Arizona or anywhere else for that matter.

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Gold King Mine Photography Information

The Gold King Mine has an abundance of photography opportunities. Plan to spend many hours here. Bring your tripod, circular polarizing filters, and your wide-angle lens. There aren’t any moving waters here. Just a plethora of colorful subject matter. There is no wildlife here either.

Ghost Hunting Camera Gear and Settings Information

Although this is a daytime shoot, we are supplying you with the Ghost Hunting Information because this is a ghost hunting town. You can find regular daytime photography shooting information throughout the magazine. Beginners can start here.

Gold King Mine & Ghost Town, Jerome Arizona

When to Go: Any time is sufficient, but traditionally the best results have been documented after 9 p.m.

Cameras: A basic DSLR Can be used for night photography, but it cannot see in the absolute darkness. You must bring a light source of some kind for focusing and lighting.

Full Spectrum Digital Camera: – This camera takes quality Full Spectrum photos and video. They have been professionally modified to accept deeper Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR) light to allow pictures deep into the usually unseen spectrum of light. It features an easy to use interface with plenty of features to make your job easier and capturing evidence more effective.

As with all cameras, this is best used with the aid of an external light source such as a UV light, IR light, or Full Spectrum (white) light.

Infrared (IR) Digital Camera: – Takes quality IR photos and video with the convenience and ease of a compact digital camera

Ghost Hunting Camera Settings: For basic DSLR photography, our goal is capturing activity, not super high-quality images in general, so that we will do a few things a little out of the ordinary.  Set your ISO as high as you can for very dark locations.  You cannot shoot a DSLR in total darkness. You will need some light sources such as a flashlight, church lights, or a full moon.  Use your tripod and set your camera to manual mode. Set your ISO very high, depending on how much light you have.  You can go much higher on your higher-end cameras, but the higher you go, the more grain you will get. Again, it’s not always about avoiding grain or digital noise here.  Set your aperture to the lowest f-number; it will go to such as 2.8, then scroll your shutter speed until the meter reads center zero. Now you are set.  You should be about several seconds on your shutter speed. If you do not have enough light, you can light things up with a flashlight.

EMF Meters: Measure fluctuations in electromagnet fields (or EM fields). These fields are a direct result of electrical appliances in a home, cell phones, power lines outside, and even fluctuations in solar activity and weather. Beyond that, a primary theory in the paranormal world is that entities can manipulate these fields in their attempt to manifest themselves or interact with our world.  When your meter goes off, do a long exposure on your tripod.

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Location Information

Gold King Mine & Ghost Town

 Address: 1000 Perkinsville Rd, Jerome AZ 86331
 Phone: 928-634-0053
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The Ghost City Inn Sign with cobwebs all around it.

Local Hotel Information

The Ghost City Inn – See Full details and images at our Jerome Arizona Ghost Hunting Photography Page.

The Ghost City Inn – Stay nowhere but!! 541 Main Street (HWY 89A), Jerome, AZ 86331 • Toll-Free (888) 634-4678 • E-Mail • Reservations

•  Quiet  •  Cozy  •  Clean  •  Charming  •  Character  •  Captivating  •  Colorful

From the front veranda, you will witness the surrounding splendor of old Jerome, the Verde Valley nearly 2000 vertical feet below, and the breathtaking views of the terraced red rocks of Sedona. At night, these magnificent views melt away to be replaced by a lush tapestry of stars that one can only see when the “big city lights” are far, far away. Then watch the sun rise over the Verde Valley as you sip a cup of freshly brewed coffee, or simply lounge in your luxurious bed until breakfast is served.

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Local Restaurant/Food Information

We love the Haunted Hamburger!! Why? Because it is haunted! And a whole lot more.

410 Clark Street, Jerome, AZ 86331 • 928.634.0554 • On Scenic and Historic 89A
Hours: 11 am – 9 pm daily

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