Capturing Ghosts on Camera – Subscriber Question
"How do you get ghosts on camera? Can they be captured on a digital camera?"
Yes, ghosts can be captured on both digital cameras and 35 mm cameras. You can capture orbs, as well as fully-body apparitions. One of the most famous ghost photos is the photo of The Brown Lady, a ghost who reportedly haunts Raynham Hall in England.
Photograph your target location, and you may see orbs, apparitions or shadow-like figures in your photos. It's important to understand that ghost phenomena does not always show up on film, even when ghosts are present. So, don't get discouraged if you photograph an area, and nothing shows up. Keep taking photos and you will eventually capture evidence. Usually it's better to take photos at night with a flash (or in an area with subdued lighting) for the best possible chance of capturing paranormal images. Capturing ghosts during the day is often more difficult than capturing ghosts during night-time. If you are using a 35 mm camera, be sure to use film speed 400 or higher.
Want to see some of the world's best ghost photos? Someone on YouTube has created a video that displays the world's best ghost photos. Please note: This is not my video – however it's a pretty good assortment of different ghost photos.