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Mystical world of spirit orb photography
The many faces of orb images
The spirit orb adventure begins with an open mind
It’s a strange mystical occurrence!
As you look at a digitally captured image on your camera monitor, you’re blown away by what you've captured. After taking several flash assisted shots, as dusk fades to dark; you hope that you've caught that exact moment of personal admittance through the visual gate as it opens onto a possibly parallel dimension world of spirit generated orbs.
Excitement grows as you capture initial images,hardly believing what you’re seeing. After-all, conventional wisdom, as well as the often impressed programed logic of parents, peers, etc., for many of us- creates a question of perceived reality.
Am I truly seeing these images on my viewing screen? Or is this the result of a malfunctioning $200 point and shoot?
It takes courage as well as an acquired belief in “The possibility of all things possible,” to share orb photography with others. I coined the phrase in 2010, in response to an ever-growing reality check as expressed by family and friends.
Orbs… What are they? Where do they come from? Can you actually see them? And why can’t I capture them with my camera?
Good questions all !
Personally, I've never questioned their existence. I forgot about the orbs for several decades, and then I caught perhaps the greatest group orb shot captured by digital camera; at a Nordic Fairy Festival in Eugene, Oregon. It was'nt an intentional act. It just happened, That was in 2009, and I was hooked! Unknown to me on that day,my life, and personal outlook, had changed for the better.
Looking back through the shadows of my memorie, I recall a child laying in the pitch dark confines of his small room. As he watched the bright green dots bounce around the room in the darkness; he found this to be fascinating. At times a bit annoying, but never odd or scary,
Today, as I talk with children and their parents as to orbs and such, it's the children that accepts without question the existence of spirit generated orbs. And then, when I hand a camera to a little person, the images they capture are generally of the brightest in color; as well as the clearest in definition.
The orbs come to children because they don't question their existence.
For me, there is no need of explanation as to the existence of nature, as well as spirit energy generated orbs. As to the science behind this phenomenon? I shall leave that to the scientist.
According to one prominent San Francisco Bay area physicist, after conducting painstaking research, measuring the movement of orbs; through the study of photographs, as well as video, he has substantiated, as well as validated, what he believes to be an intelligent source projecting Orb images; by producing a minute generated electric pulse.
Estimated to be no greater than 1/16thousands of the energy required to light a small incandescent bulb, the generated orb image reflection, is captured by the flash of a digital camera in the blink of the shutter. I find that an auto focus setting, no zoom, with a 2-3 second flash time, works best for the capturing of spirit generated Orb images.
Orb validity detractors; would suggest that a flash set within 6 inches of the lens, can cause a false image recording. However, I've been reassured by several professional photographers, that this is not a concern when capturing images in the dark.
I prefer utilizing the process of elimination gained through the capturing of thousands of orb images over 3 years or so.
*In my case, unless you specifically( mentally) call the orbs to the camera, the results are often less than impressive. Ask for the orbs... And they shall come.
Moving orbs have been estimated to travel at no less than 14-1600 miles per hour.
Therefore, capturing one on camera is a shot in the dark (no pun intended), and requires positive intent on behalf of the photographer, as well as a bit of luck.
The world of spirit orb photography is an exciting one. Anyone with an open mind and an inexpensive camera can participate. If you don’t capture orb images immediately, no worries! This may take some time. But it will happen.