Tips for Documenting (Photos) Ghost Sightings

Zetongifts – Hunting for ghosts or hunting for ghost sightings is one of the quite challenging activities that some people do who have the guts to find or document ghost sightings through a camera. Although it seems trivial, but if you do not know the tips, often the hunt does not get satisfactory results. There are some basic things or tips that ghost hunters need to know in order to get the best possible ghost sighting phenomenon in a photo. The first thing you should realize is that ghost phenomena don’t always appear, even when they are present. Taking photos during the day, it is usually more difficult to capture the phenomenon of ghost sightings,

A digital camera can be a great tool for ghost hunters, as it allows you to see the photos immediately. Another advantage is that you’ll know right away if you’ve caught a ghost anomaly, allowing you to track it down.

Here are some helpful tips:

  1. Ghosts are not just in old or haunted buildings. Ghosts are everywhere in one form or another. So it is possible for us to hunt ghosts in shopping centers or at busy intersections at night.
  2. When you shoot at night, for example in cemeteries and other haunted places, make sure you set the camera to night mode. If your camera has this setting you can use it, because if you don’t, chances are the photos will be dark or unclear.
  3. Always taking pictures of something and not just looking at the camera display. Take photos with backgrounds like tombstones, trees, buildings, etc.
  4. Take lots of pictures, taking any photo will allow you to catch ghost sightings or anomalies, you never know.
  5. When taking photos, be sure to avoid shiny surfaces. Glitter from glossy tombstones or glass panels etc. can cause anomalies that can appear like ghosts, fog and spherical shapes, and never try to photograph through window panes, as they can often create shapes that don’t really exist.
  6. Make sure your camera lens is clean at all times. Dirty lenses can cause image anomalies to appear, try to keep the lenses clean.
  7. If you have long hair, be sure to tie it up. Hair can also look like a ghost anomaly. Hair strains can look like movement or ghost energy.
  8. Avoid taking photos when the conditions are windy, foggy, rainy, and dusty. All of these conditions can cause the image to look like a ghost anomaly.
  9. In cold weather, make sure your breath doesn’t affect the photo. A gust of air in cold weather can appear in front of the lens to create all sorts of strange images including the shape of fog.
  10. A condition called “Lens Flair” produces a strange effect on your photos. To avoid this, do not take photos in the direction of the sun. Also never take pictures towards a direct light source.
  11. Talk to ghosts. When you enter the area you want to photograph, such as a cemetery, follow these steps: Walk around the area for about 15 minutes before doing anything else. As you walk around, clear your mind, stay away from fear, because ghosts can sense your feelings. After 15 minutes, read the following statement or something similar, for example: “Assalamu’alaikum.. I’m Budi, our purpose here is to photograph you as a spirit to show and document that there is life after death. We only have good intentions, we don’t are here to hurt, we are only here to take photos and then we will leave. Our only desire is to photograph you, all of you. Help us to show ourselves in the photos we take.
  12. Most of the ghost energy would appear in the air from half a meter to three meters above the ground. So focus your attention on that level but still don’t limit yourself completely. Ghost phenomena sometimes appear above your head, and in buildings they can appear at any level of the structure and at any height.
  13. Chances are you may encounter evil spirits. Never plan to hunt evil spirits and NEVER ask them to come. If you hear or see signs of an evil spirit, you must leave immediately.
  14. Avoid mirrors or even take pictures directly in front of the mirror. The camera flash can create a variety of effects including steam and fog.
  15. Try to follow your instincts when taking ghost photos. If you have a certain inclination or have a strong desire or instinct to take photos in a certain area or on a certain object, do it.
  16. Ghosts are quite often attracted to people and will follow them. So include people in the photos you take. When photographing people, try to leave enough space to the left and right of the person’s head to capture any anomalies. Remember the goal is to capture the anomaly that is with the person in the photo. Another tip to use when a ghost may be following you is to place the camera over your shoulder and shoot behind you. This can be an effective technique, believe me.
  17. The best time to catch ghost sightings is in the cold, humid, or watery months, when electrostatic energy is at its highest. These months are October to February. You can catch any kind of ghost, any time of the year, but the months listed above will increase your chances. But sightings of Orbs don’t appear to be affected by season and are by far the easiest anomaly to capture in a photograph.
  18. Flash lights are only useful up to a certain distance, usually no more than 5 meters. So if you are in a graveyard at night and photographing objects that are 10 meters away, the images and anomalies will be difficult to see. The flash will help highlight anomalies if the object image is within a range of 5 meters.
  19. The best places to take photos or hunt ghosts are places that are generally more haunted than others, such as cemeteries, old buildings, old hotels and houses, hospitals, schools, etc. Other great places are the movie theater as well as the historic part of the city.
  20. Don’t forget to take a look at your old photos and photo albums to see if there are any ghost sightings or anomalies that you might have missed.

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