Mikaru, on 21 August 2019 - 01:03 PM, said:
Found on Facebook. Supposedly taken by a paranormal team at the moment someone died. Claims that it was posted online but hasn't been debunked. Have fun!
Edit: forgot to post the picture lol
Is it really us who has to prove it has a logical explanation or should it be the those making the claim it be paranormal.
Broken record time: Scholarly debates exists on the premise if someone is making a claim, those making it must provide satisfactory proof to support the claim.
Is a single image enough proof? Does this image have any unaltered EXIF data to analyze the conditions. Were there others that witnessed this phenomena at the time with their own eyes and willing to sign an affidavit? Was the lens cleaned prior to it's use?
There's just too many missing pieces I would think to make any type extraordinary claim.
Quite frankly, I wish Snowlord was still here. I might be seen as a photographer on PS but he went to great lengths in replicating naturally explained phenomena through imaging. He had an unimaginable number of images ranging from orb creation to mists, naturally occuring photographic anomalies including lens flares.
In closing, the paranormal team needs to understand and make a concerted effort to rule out the mundane. To date, there are very few images that offer a shred of proof. Some do exist definitely but individuals claiming they possess a paranormal image do not even mildly understand the ingredients to make an opinion into a fact.
Here's my pathetic 5 minute creation in Photoshop. It's got to be paranormal, I posted it on the net
Edited by EVP, 21 August 2019 - 02:40 PM.