Friday, February 27, 2009

Choosing Good Digital Photography

By Dennis Durrel

Several paranormal investigators are now using digital photography in ghost hunting.

The photographs that are acquired during ghost hunts are one way in which individuals are able to document potential evidence that life exists after death.

If you are paying attention in getting proof of possible paranormal work through the means of digital photography, it is significant that you see and understand that it is a sort of "science", and not an "exact" one at that.

In this mini-guide, I will teach you some strategies for taking the best shots when using digital photography in ghost hunting.

The first thing that you should keep in mind when making use of digital photography in ghost hunting is to be cautious and wary of the lights that encircle you at all times. This can be daylight, moonlight, and even street lights and lamps that come from automobile.

You should stay away from these sources of lights, or your photograph may show that you have photographed a strange that certainly is not there. You should also make sure that you prevent taking pictures straight to matters that can reflect your flash light in digital photography.

It is also a great idea to take at least two cameras, with one of them being a standard 35mm, as digital photography in ghost hunting has been found to lack reliability in many instances. - 16651

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