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Tips and Tricks to Photographing Ghosts


Experience is the best teacher...

On this page I'll include some of my tips and tricks I've learned while ghosthunting.

Please feel free to contribute your own tricks - I'll post the best ones so everyone can benefit from them.

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For more pictures of the Guelph Little Theatre ghosthunt visit Wanda's Ghostseekers site below:

Ghost Hunters of Guelph

Trick 1:

I usually get the best photographs by staying near people with positive attitudes. Spirits tend to interact more with positive personalities than persons with negative attitudes. People with negative attitudes can influence and hinder investigations severely and should be avoided. If disbelievers require proof they should at least enter each situation with an open mind.

Trick 2:

Let the group you are with slowly pass you by, then take a photo of the group. Spirits like to observe from above and behind groups. I usually capture something at about 20 feet away.

Trick 3:

When near the back of the group get your camera ready and shoot a quick picture from behind your head. Ghosts like to follow and will be expecting to move with you especially if they don't want to be photographed.

List of Tips

Tip 1:
No smoking on-site or drinking before or during investigation.

Tip 2:
Record weather conditions.

Tip 3:
Check equipment again before starting investigation.

Tip 4:
Remove any camera straps.

Tip 5:
Have extra batteries on hand.

Tip 6:
Keep accurate notes on-site for future analysis.

Tip 7:
Never investigate alone.

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Tip # 1. More Info

Why Drinking and Ghost Hunting... Don't Mix!

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