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I don't see why not, though I don't think "orbs" would classify as ghost.
We Can't Because they are the one who doesn't belongs to this world and there is no place for them.their home is heaven or hell. Our cameras cant see them perhaps they want you to see than the case is different.
according what i ever heard mostly Ghost shown up in photo which never realize before it was taken. so we can't purposely capture it what i think....
it happen just suddenly without you can capture it.
I am not sure, but when my sister was pregnant last year there were brightly lit 'spheres' in the photos that she was in!
Photos that were taken at the same time, of my brother in law did not feature them! And we had just lost our 93 year old grandmother.
I have to say no because I don't subscribe to the existence of disembodied spirits.
However, say I'm wrong and ghosts do exist, I once read a theory of why we can't see vampires (ok, not ghosts, but I'll get to it) in mirrors and not take photos of them, because mirrors and photographic film are coated with the holy, noble metal, silver, so perhaps we can see ghosts and vampires in modern, non-silvered, mirrors, and record images of them on digital sensors?
You can't because there is not such think as a ghost, but admitting it exists and you can see with your own eyes, you can take a picture of it, light is always light, no matter you're dead or alive, and that is what a camera captures.
It has been shown to have happened before, and there are photos which show some images which the photographers claimed they are 'ghosts' images. I have seen some of the images in the net, but difficult to say they are authentic or not.
I believe so that you can capture a full body apparition on photo camera or film. That is if the head is still attached.
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