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Photo Filtre- This is a FREE download for ghost hunting.  That's right, free!  Just click on the image below or the link next to itPhoto Filtre ghost hunting image editor screen shot when you're done reading!  Photo Filtre is much like any other photo or image editing software.  You can go through the usual motions with your images in this software, but for free. 

 

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The advent of digital cameras and their inevitable inclusion in anything you buy, makes it a bit easier for ghost hunters to use them.  Like the afore mentioned 35mm and SLR cameras that convert light intensities into images on light sensitive film, digital cameras electronically convert light intensities into numbers that are stored in a device such as internal memory or removable flash disk.  We highly recommend that any ghost hunt documented with digital cameras also be supplemented as resources allow with film based cameras.  But what to do with the images that you think just might have something unexplainable or at least unusual in them?  That's where Photo Filtre comes in very useful for the ghost hunter.

 

Digital cameras have features galore for ghost hunting.  We're getting tired of re-writing editorials on digital camera technology as it continues to evolve and change in price (seemingly overnight).  With that thought we will leave you to search the net and easily come up with more than enough current content.  What those editorials won't tell you is how best to apply the technology to paranormal investigations.  This we can discuss. 

 

Digital camera for ghost huntingCameras can only reveal what their technology is able to acquire.  This comes into great importance when paranormal investigators zoom in on their photograph (image).  Typically the claim is made that the paranormal investigator in this situation is looking for clues.  This research quickly leads to outlining shadows finding shapes or claiming to discover hidden features of 'orbs'.  These techniques have not yielded any quantifiable data that held empirical proof of anything paranormal in GetGhostGear.com and P.I.R.O.s experiences.  It would be great if it were that easy, but in our decades of experiences, it seems that it isn't.  This method seems to equate closely to seeing faces in the clouds. 

 

Digital cameras are very cost effective for the busy ghost hunter

 

To expand further on this seemingly popular method we could look at digital zoom versus optical zoom.  For the shortest answer in GetGhostGear.com history, don't use digital zoom.  For our traditionally long winded response, we could look at some of the shortcomings of digital zoom.  At a certain point, in most digital zoom technology the camera starts adding pixels by extrapolating what shades (light intensities) are in the the pixels that it was able to clearly see.  When this starts to happen, and it does when you start to use digital zoom, you do not get an accurate interpretation to what was truly in the environment.  However, if you stick to using the optical zoom, the image is an accurate representation of the environment.  The optical zoom is accomplished by physically moving the lenses in the camera closer and further apart from each other.  Now this isn't all quite semantically accurate for those tech heads out there.  With the hopes of this explanation to reach as many people as possible, we will keep things simplified.  Check back often as we will be adding much info on the use of digital camera technology when investigating reports of the paranormal.  Don't forget if you are looking to do more with the photographs you take while ghost hunting, download Photo Filtre for free!

 

There is one adapter for digital cameras that you might not here about in those other editorials on digital cameras.  It is a very alien looking piece of equipment that attaches to the aperture or lens area of the digital camera and has what looks like a mirror on the end that raps around in a complete circle with no seems.  It is this mirror that allows the photographer to take a complete 360 picture of the surroundings.  I assume that with the right computer software you should be able to view and almost take a virtual tour of the area moving about the seamless picture.  This new technology for digital cameras has a great deal to offer our field of study.  This will make mapping of investigation sites a breeze.  The technology will allow others via a computer and the www to lend there impute on possible cause and affects of the reported paranormal happenings just from the surroundings by viewing the seamless photograph. 

 

One final thought for paranormal investigators spending your hard earned money.  If you are interested in waterproof digital cameras, highly consider a less expensive camera with a higher end waterproof container.  Water proof cameras, fail.  Period.  Eventually, the majority will have a failure in the waterproofing.  When this happens the entire, very expensive digital camera is ruined.  You are out hundreds and hundreds of dollars and your ability to take water proof pictures.  However, with our approach, we throw in a $40 digital camera in a $40 waterproof case.  If or when this fails you are out the $40 for the digital camera.  You can usually replace a rubber gasket in the case for $10.  Pick yourself up another half way descent digital camera and you are back up and running for under $100!  If you had a waterproof digital camera you'd be out much more.  Even if you have the extended warranty on your waterproof digital camera, you'd wait and hopefully get a replacement that was likely refurbished.  That's just our two cents worth.  The same applies to 35mm cameras.  There you can run into one for about $25 with a separate case and camera total!

 

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We will continually be adding information to the above item as resources permit.  We have started creating some additional knowledge centers on paranormal investigating equipment in general and for the EMF meter.  We have included some links below to start you on your way.  The EMF topic is just to big to capsulate into one single page.  Below are some editorials that range from our personal rants on industry issues, to more scholarly scientific journal type entries, to that of a simple opinion editorial.  We highly recommend that you start at the top and finish in that order at the bottom!  Enjoy:

 

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