Treasure Auras

Filters and Holders

I still get asked many questions about infrared filters so I am going to cover a few points here.  The Canon camera is a Single Lens Reflex, which means you view directly through the lens, not a viewfinder, so when you put a nearly black infrared filter in front of the lens, with the best […]

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The Yellow Peril

A while ago a guy in the Middle East kept sending me infrared photos, taken with a Canon camera during the day, like the one above top. I had not come across this before and it did not seem to matter what we tried, the photos always came out yellow and with no sign of […]

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Taking better aura pictures

People, animals, vehicles and metal structures (including part metal structures like steel reinforced concrete) produce auras as does a lot of sky, so keep these things out of your pictures as much as possible. The tunnel effect in the picture is a reflection of the inside of the lens, it can usually be removed by […]

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Infrared photo enhancing

I use Arcsoft Photostudio 5.5, as originally supplied with the Canon camera, for enhancing my aura photos. I have managed to keep this running on PCs up to and including Windows 7, although it does flash up a compatibility issue message at start-up. I haven’t found that to be a problem as long as I […]

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Hot Mirrors

False color infrared image of 1759 British Fort atCrown Point,New York © 2015 by cfastie and reused under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. I often get asked if the hot mirror should be removed from a digital camera to photograph auras. Digital cameras are as sensitive to near infrared radiation as they are […]

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Orbs of Light

I get asked many questions about circles (spheres) of light or orbs some of which I can answer and some I can’t. While orbs have been seen on traditional emulsion film photographs they are mainly a phenomenon of digital photography. A digital camera has an internal ‘hot mirror’ or blocking filter to stop infrared radiation reaching […]

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Gold Auras

  Many people say gold does not give off an aura and they’re absolutely right – if the gold is not influenced by an electromagnetic field. I was sent this photograph of a lady’s gold neck chain she was wearing, taken with a Canon DSLR camera fitted with an infrared filter. Had the chain been placed on a table and […]

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Film for Polaroid Cameras

  As many of you will know, with the rapid advancements in digital cameras, Polaroid ran into difficulties and the Dutch factory was sold to the management. The factory, under the name of The Impossible Project, is again producing SX-70 film to a different formula and slightly faster speed. The first of the new film […]

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Gold Coin Find

I was very pleased to receive this aura photograph with the following message: Hello David, I found 13 gold coins at 185cm depth.  Thank you so much. The photo, which led to the find was taken with a Canon DSLR camera with standard lens and infrared filter.  the coins, I learned were pre-Roman, weighing 8.4-8.5 […]

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Treasure Aura Camera and Filter Set-up

I get quite a few questions about filters and camera settings so I have put together this short video on the subject. If the screen changes too fast you can pause the video at any point and even do a screen print.  Hope this helps.  

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