Paranormal In Review

Even in times past there were camera anomalies but there were no claims of them being paranormal. Not till the rage of ghost hunting did people lose their common sense and called everything they did not understand paranormal.

 

Object to close to flash

 

Object to close to flash

 

Moisture which appear to be "orbs".

 

Picture taken through a screen.

 

Lens FLare

 

Smudge on window.

 

Night mode, no flash.. Slow shutter speed.. nothingparanormal..

 

Oh creepy, but only a slow shutter speed and movement.

 

Combination of smoke, light and slow shutter speed.

 

Camera set on night mode, and no flash. Slow ShutterSpeed... Not paranormal...

 

Camera Strap and a hair

 

This is Ruby under a Jasmine bush. Zoom and movement

 


Strands of my hair.

 

Filter created sparkles. Nothing paranormal.

 

Moisture

 

Breath and I live in Florida and weather was not freezing

 

Spider caught in flash

 

Spider in flash

Long exposure captures the flight of bats feasting on bugs above the Luxor pyramid in Las Vegas. http://informationfarm.blogspot.com/2010/09/success-story-ashley-dufflaughing-bat.html 

The cause IR

Great video to help you understand shutter speed and movement

The Face

Pareidolia (/pærɨˈdliə/ parr-i-DOH-lee-ə) is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant, a form of apophenia. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon or the Moon rabbit, and hearing hidden messages on records when played in reverse.

The word comes from the Greek words para (παρά, "beside, alongside, instead") in this context meaning something faulty, wrong, instead of; and the noun eidōlon (εἴδωλον "image, form, shape") the diminutive of eidos. Pareidolia is a type of apophenia, seeing patterns in random data.


Information from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia 

A few years ago I was called a parrot and made fun of because I kept telling people to read the EXIF data on the pictures. Well here I am saying the same thing I said back then, learn to read the EXIF data to know what your settings were when you took a certain picture that you are confused about.  Squawk squawk !!