Ghost Photography 101 was first published in 2011. The first edition is now out-of-print.
A new edition — with updated tips and fresh insights — is planned for 2016.
Fiona flippantly describes this book as “something to offend almost every paranormal investigator, from believers to skeptics.”
Publisher’s book description
Ghost photos… are they real?
* Is that orb just dust or pollen or fog?
* Is that vortex actually a piece of hair?
* Is that apparition really smoke?
Chances are, the answer is no.
Professional photographer (and paranormal researcher) Fiona Broome shows the results of over six years of experiments with a variety of cameras, testing the normal explanations for orbs, vortices, and eerie figures.
Her conclusions…? She — and many other experts — have been wrong about anomalies: As the subtitle says, it’s not just dust.
Whether you’re a believer or a skeptic, this book contains something to shock (or at least annoy) almost everyone who thought they understood ghost photos.
Written for beginning and intermediate ghost hunters, this 180+ page book tells you:
* How to select a camera.
* What settings to use.
* Where to take photos.
* How to decide if they’re really ghosts.
However, even professionals will find some unsettling ideas and disturbing evidence in this book.
Fiona invites you to try these same tests. Prove her wrong, if you can.
You may never look at “ghost photos” the same way, again.