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#31
No, it's not at all to do with halloween (I'll post pics if it goes ahead), it's very earthy, she has an autumn coloured wedding dress (best bridal dress i have ever seen, you'll see what i mean with the pics). It's all planned to the vases on the table being different bottles she's collected in the last year, like quirky perfume bottles. I hope it does go ahead, even though my first husband will be there (her dad) who i haven't seen in 27 yrs Big eyes He found her on facebook last christmas, even tho he knew where she'd lived.

(07-31-2009, 02:39 PM)Pitch Potter Wrote: I can understand that problem. What is her theme going to be? will it tie in with Halloween or will she have a regular formal wedding?




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#32
OMG, I love autumn! It sounds like it is going to be splendid! I really do want to see pictures. Do you have a sneak peek of the gown?

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#33
I bought the dress but never photographed it. I think Kelly may have though on her mobile when she last went to make sure she still fitted it. I'll ask her to email me the pics. Honestly, it is a stunning the dress.

I love autumn too...best time of the year with the colours of the trees.

(07-31-2009, 02:52 PM)Pitch Potter Wrote: OMG, I love autumn! It sounds like it is going to be splendid! I really do want to see pictures. Do you have a sneak peek of the gown?

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#34
Thanks, what color is it? Off white, cream, beige? Or a color?

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#35
Pumpkin_16 
How is everybody ?
Speaking of doing it in the dark ....[/b][/font]
I have a question to ask that somebody can surly answer. I husband and i
have joined a local investigation group ( thankx to your suggestions ). We
recently purchased two Sony Handycam cameras, one tape and one
disc. And two I.R. lights that light up the whole room.
So far i've been taking photos with my digital camera, and i usually get big,
bright orbs - but they're either coming in or going out through the ceiling.
I say this because they are not round, they are cut off by the ceiling.
My question is when using camcorders does one catch orbs ?
Some please let me know, i have an investigation on Saturday night.
Thank you all for your help.
:ghost Not The Brightest Orb In The Cemetery ....
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(09-03-2009, 12:03 AM)Evalone Wrote: How is everybody ?
Speaking of doing it in the dark ....[/b][/font]
I have a question to ask that somebody can surly answer. I husband and i
have joined a local investigation group ( thankx to your suggestions ). We
recently purchased two Sony Handycam cameras, one tape and one
disc. And two I.R. lights that light up the whole room.
So far i've been taking photos with my digital camera, and i usually get big,
bright orbs - but they're either coming in or going out through the ceiling.
I say this because they are not round, they are cut off by the ceiling.
My question is when using camcorders does one catch orbs ?
Some please let me know, i have an investigation on Saturday night.
Thank you all for your help.



Yes sonys are notorious for catching dust orbs. You can build a D.E.V.A. Dust elimination video apparatus to eliminate them.
http://www.ghostgadgets.com/_howto/DEVA.html

Another thing to do is put a attachment under your camera so you can move the IR light away from the lens.

On a regular camera the further your flash is from the lens the less orbs you'll catch to the point of none if its a SLR type set up.
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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(09-03-2009, 07:57 AM)UglyNRude Wrote:
(09-03-2009, 12:03 AM)Evalone Wrote: How is everybody ?
Speaking of doing it in the dark ....[/b][/font]
I have a question to ask that somebody can surly answer. I husband and i
have joined a local investigation group ( thankx to your suggestions ). We
recently purchased two Sony Handycam cameras, one tape and one
disc. And two I.R. lights that light up the whole room.
So far i've been taking photos with my digital camera, and i usually get big,
bright orbs - but they're either coming in or going out through the ceiling.
I say this because they are not round, they are cut off by the ceiling.
My question is when using camcorders does one catch orbs ?
Some please let me know, i have an investigation on Saturday night.
Thank you all for your help.

Thank you Mr. Ugly&Rude man.

Yes sonys are notorious for catching dust orbs. You can build a D.E.V.A. Dust elimination video apparatus to eliminate them.
http://www.ghostgadgets.com/_howto/DEVA.html

Another thing to do is put a attachment under your camera so you can move the IR light away from the lens.

On a regular camera the further your flash is from the lens the less orbs you'll catch to the point of none if its a SLR type set up.
:ghost Not The Brightest Orb In The Cemetery ....
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#38
Special effects. I doubt that ghosts can tell the difference between day or night, darkness or bright light. I have tried them and I can't figure out why investigations go on mainly at night, when I have encounters ghosts in broad daylight. But if it works and makes money for certain folks, why not?
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