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Here are some basic suggestions to avoid contamination when taking a picture:
- Make sure the lens on the camera is clean and lint free.
- Avoid getting camera straps, hair, smoke or breath across the viewfinder.
- Take three pictures in a row so you have a base image and two other images to compare.
- Note the environmental conditions, humidity, moisture in the air etc.
- Have your camera show its time and date.
- When possible turn on all the lights and take a panoramic picture of the area in question so you have something to compare. ( individual overlapping images to make up a panoramic view of the area)
- Put your camera on a tripod or use the self-timer and a stable surface to take a picture.
- Keep track if you use a Flash or include Exif data
- The very best picture to upload would be a full-sized, original, untouched copy of the image for us to analyze.
- Don't spend too much time on any individual picture.
- Be sure to note the whole content within the picture, don't just focus on what might have caught your attention.
- Look at every picture with an open nonparanormal mind before looking to the paranormal.
- Share your pictures with (US) for peer review.
- Be objective
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