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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On August - 22 - 2017
Orbs Photography

Orbs Photography

There is a friend of mine who once told me a story “yesterday, I went to an old house which is said to be haunted. Did you know what happened when I was taking a picture in an empty room? There were some mysterious circular lights and I am quite sure that at the moment, there were nothing there. I was convinced that those were ghosts’ appearances. Did you think I would believe it? Huffs…of course not, Orbs phenomenon can be explained easily according to the theory of photography. Here’s the explanation.

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