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Real Orbs Or Dust Particles? Your Camera Can Help You Tell The Difference

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by Conscious Reminder

The budding hunter of orbs in you can often get tricked by pictures of orbs. How will you understand if certain spherical objects in a photograph are real orbs or not?

More often than not, in our tech-savvy society, we come across photographs where light is manipulated to imitate an orb.

There is a subculture of interested people who dedicate their own time to hunting down the spirits in the orbs when they are visible to us. Yet, even these experts recognize how rare spirit sightings can be.

Here is our guide with which you can differentiate between real and fake orbs, if and when you come across them.

In Photographs

Most of the witnesses who claim to have seen the balls of light usually see them just once. Photographs are available, but they are rarely genuine.

The best possible way to capture true orbs is by knowing your own camera and experiencing it.

There are many things that are invisible to our eyes but will be visible under a camera’s lens. Therefore, many people use this reasoning to explain why orbs appear more in photographs but are not as visible to the human eye.

But then, this could also imply that cameras have the capacity to make natural things appear supernatural. For example, many bugs often appear to be orb-like in cameras, as do dust particles and raindrops. Plant pollen can also have this effect.

So you must go out and capture such particular things that tend to trick the camera. Later, your experience with them will help you distinguish the real orbs. One important thing to remember is to not use the lash. Reflections can often be deceiving.

Signs of a Real Orb

Once you have mastered the camera, you must develop the ability to identify the real orbs. A few signs include:

1. It can be seen with the naked eye.

2. Pulsating orbs emit their own light.

3. There are deliberate movements, unlike insects.

4. Single orbs are more likely to be the true ones. Fake ones are produced in multiples.

5. Orbs often leave a trail of light behind them. Insects, too, can do the same.

The best way to be sure is to see if most of the abovementioned signs match with what you are witnessing. The more photographs you can manage, the higher your chances of recognizing a true spirit.

You can start by going through a collection of both true and fake photographs to master the art of recognizing true orbs.

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Sooth May 15, 2024 - 3:04 am

I agree with your comments above regarding real versus fake orbs. I’ve seen hundreds of these in low light conditions in the IR (>800 nanometers) over the years at different properties that I’ve owned. In normal daylight, however, I cannot see them (400-700nm) but it might just be me. Some orbs do pulsate but not all of them. They can have spherical, oblong or cylindrical caps that are translucent. They vary in size/shape and their granular trails indicate direction. You can clearly see objects on the other side of a room through their caps as they traverse (up to several meters per second) unpredictably in a room. One key feature that I’ll add to the pulsating phenomenon is that some are clearly object-avoidant.


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