Ghost photography is a fascinating subject. Ghost photos are also among the easiest ways for paranormal investigators and ghost hunters to find evidence of hauntings.
In the following articles, you’ll learn more about how to take ghost pictures, and what to watch out for.
Most of these are excerpts from the first edition of my book, Ghost Photography 101. (That first edition is now out-of-print.)
Ghost Photography Articles
- Tips for the Best Ghost Photos
- Sparkles and Other Surprising Anomalies
- Photographing Ghostly Orbs
- Photographing Ghostly Ectoplasm
- More Test Photos – A few additional photos from the book.
In these articles, you’ll see photos — mostly in color — from the book. Some are real anomalies, others are explained as false anomalies… things to watch out for when you’re taking pictures at haunted sites.
These articles and photos aren’t intended as the last word in ghost photography. They’re a starting point for each investigator.
Try similar experiments with your own cameras, to see what real and fake results look like. Then, you’ll feel far more confident about your ghost photos.