posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 12:26 AM
I recently stumbled across a form of photography I was previously unaware of.
Its called Schlieren
I was hoping to maybe find a member that has a little more knowledge about this than the typical Google search... It looks like they are using the
gas's shadow, but I cant be sure how they are capturing gasses on film like this.
Here are some examples of what I'm talking about...
Starting with my personal favorite of a sound wave..
Now that you have an idea of what I'm getting at, here is my idea...
Somehow incorporate this technique into a new ghost hunting tool. This would be a great way to document the supernatural forces that affect this
The common belief is that spirit entities need to basically leach energy off of sources in the environment in order to produce something paranormal.
Most of the time, ghosts or spirits effect the temperature of the environment in which they occupy. Cold and hot air are nothing but gasses, so this
form of photography should be able to capture the hidden things we cannot observe with conventional equipment.
The ghost still could stay invisible, yet the surrounding air would be altered because of the supernatural presence. Thus, giving the camera the
ability to capture the outline of the presence.
Thermal imaging is a good way to capture ghosts on film, but I have yet to see a camera that can operate as previously described.
Sorry for the long explanation
Thanks for reading!