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The most famous ghost photographs ever taken.

Ghosts, the paranormal and the supernatural have always been debated. Do they exist? Are the photos the proof?

Ghosts, the paranormal and the supernatural have always been debated. Do they exist?

Many people have reported sightings before, but without any real proof, they're usually disregarded as mere stories. Being able to take photos of spirits obviously helps the cause, but are all of them real or have some been doctored?

Here is a round-up of the most famous "ghost" photos of all-time. Some have been faked no doubt, but they look so good on first inspection they could definitely convert some non-believers.

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Catherine Howard - 1800s

This image purports to show Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of King Henry VIII who was executed for adultery in 1542. She is said to haunt the Horn Room at Hampton Court Palace.

Naturally, these sorts of images are usually spoofed through double-exposure.

An unexpected guest - 1950s

Two boys sit happily on their mother's laps but a pretty terrifying and unexpected guest has also dropped in. Hanging disturbingly from the rafters.

The Ghost Pilot - 1987

In 1987, Mrs Sayer was visiting air airfield in England with her friend. She thought it would fun to take a photo of her sitting in the cockpit.

When the image was developed, there was a man sitting in the pilot's seat who hadn't been there when the photo was taken. A long lost pilot? No one is sure.

Boot Hill Ghost - 1996

Only Ike Canton's friend was seen when this photo was taken, The mysterious man wearing a hat behind him wasn't. Canton later looked more closely at the photo and decided the figure was in fact holding a knife, with the point ending just above his collar.

Goddard’s Squadron - Freddy Jackson - 1919

This image was taken by Sir Victor Goddard, of his squadron in 1919.

The ghostly image behind the fourth sailor from the left, at the top, is believed to be of Freddy Jackson. Jackson died a few days before the photo was taken by walking into a moving propeller.

Amityville Ghost - 1976

This photo, taken by Ed and Lorraine Warren, claims to show the ghost of 9-year-old John DeFeo.

DeFeo, along with his other brother, two sisters and parents, was killed by his older brother Ronald at their house in Amityville. Ed and Lorraine Warren were paranormal experts who entered the house and captured this image using a camera that consistently took infrared photos during the night.

The DeFeo murders were the inspiration for The Amityville Horror books and films .

Coventry Spectre - 1985

At first glance, you'd think there's nothing wrong with this photo. But look again, and you'll see a tall, dark figure wearing what could be a monk's frock, with a hood, in the top left.

This is a photo of the Coventry Freeman society showing everyone at the event, including the mysterious figure, bowing their heads. Nobody at the event was seen wearing that style of clothing.

Grandpa’s Ghost - August 1997

Somehow this lady's husband managed to appear in this photo despite passing away seven years before.

Denise Russell took this photo of her grandma, who lived alone at the time, on 17 August 1997.

Even though the photo had been developed, copied and given to other family members, nobody noticed the male figure standing over her until Christmas Day 2000. The Russell family say it's a spitting image of their grandpa who died in 1984.

Pawling Fire Department - 1988

The white figure in this photo is believed to be some sort of angel, overlooking Rose Benvenuto, who was involved in the car crash.

She said it could only have taken a miracle for her to survive the crash, and lo and behold, there's an angel-like figure in attending firefighter Sharon Boo's photo.

The Back Seat Ghost - March 1959

This photo was taken by Mabel Chinnery in 1959. It shows her husband in his car, but who is allegedly her dead mother-in-law on the back seat.

While paranormalists believe it to be real, others have debunked it as being a case of double exposure.

Mrs Andrews baby - 1947

This photo of a child appearing over a grave was taken by Mrs Andrews in 1947. She noticed the ghost when she had the film developed, but said it wasn't her daughter in the picture.

Despite there being some graves for children nearby, the child in the picture has never been identified.

The SS Watertown - 1924

This image taken from the SS Watertown shows the faces of two crewmen, James Courtney and Michael Meehan in the water. The two men died while onboard the ship and were given a burial at sea.

Other crew members on the ship saw the faces in the water but didn't initially take photos, they went back to a similar spot and saw them again. Five of the six photos showed nothing, but this was the sixth and clearly shows the faces of two men.

Newby Church - 1963

Some analysts think this photo taken at Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England is a fake because the character looks to be posing too much.

However, Reverend K.F. Lord insists there was nothing visible to the naked eye when he took the photo, and photo experts say it hasn't been double exposed.

Toys 'R' Us - 1978

The Toys 'R' Us store in Sunnyvale, California is allegedly haunted by the ghost of Johnny Johnson, and this image shows a silhouette leaning up against the shelves.

The same figure wasn't there when the photo was taken. The story goes that Johnny had a thing for a girl named Elizabeth, the daughter of a plantation owner - the plantation used to be on the Toys 'R' Us site - Johnny bled to death after cutting himself chopping wood, and now roams the aisles of the store searching for her.

St Botolph's Church - 1982

In the top right of this photo you can see a figure who apparently bears a similarity to someone that had recently been buried nearby.

If you look carefully in the upper right-hand corner of this photo, you can just make out a translucent figure. It was taken at St. Boltoph's Church in 1982, and at the time, there were only three people in the building.

A builder later contacted Chris Brackley, who took the photo, to tell him he recognised the face as being the same as someone he'd previously seen in a coffin in the church.

Worstead Church - 1975

Another church, another ghostly visitor. This ghost has been reported as being seen before in this location too.

Peter Berthelot took this picture of his wife, Diane, sitting on a pew at the Worstead Church in Norfolk, England in 1975. When they had the film developed, they noticed a ghost sitting on the pew behind Diane.

A man allegedly stayed in the church all night sometime in 1830 to try and disprove the theory of ghosts, but he claimed the following morning he had in fact seen the white lady seen in this picture.

Lord Combermere - 1891

This image taken of the library at Combermere Abbey in Cheshire, England by Sybell Corbett clearly shows a figure sitting in the chair on the left.

It's believed to be the ghost of Lord Combermere, a British cavalry commander in the 1800s.

The Brown Lady - 1936

This photo of 'The Brown Lady', is considered by many to be actual photographic evidence of ghosts. It was taken at Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England in 1936.

There had allegedly been many sightings of the figure before this photo and it's said to be the ghost of Lady Townshend. She was locked in a room in the hall by her husband when he found out about her infidelity and left there to die.

Corroboree Rock - 1959

Some of these ghostly photos could just be explained away as double exposures, but there's no denying they're interesting.

Nobody knows who the ghostly figure in this photo is, but it was taken in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia in 1959.

Some people think it's just a case of double exposure, while others think it could be a spirit watching us, or something else, because it looks like they're holding binoculars.

Tulip Staircase Ghost - 1966

This photo taken inside the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, clearly shows a ghostly figure holding the handrail of the Tulip Staircase.

Photo experts have all agreed that it hasn't been tampered with, so is considered a genuine example of ghosts' existence.

Robert A Ferguson - November 1968

Because this photo was taken on a Polaroid, it's been deemed by many to be legitimate. It shows Robert A. Ferguson giving a speech, and the ghost of his deceased brother Walter peering over him.

Madonna of Bachelor's Grove - 1991

The Ghost Research Society of America took this photo at Bachelor's Cemetery in Illinois, after they noticed strange readings on their equipment.

They didn't see anything at the time, but when this image was exposed, it showed a woman in white clothing sitting on one of the graves.

The Wem Town Hall Ghost - November 1995

Although Tony O'Rahilly's photo appears to show the ghost of a young girl in the doorway to a burnt-down Wem Town Hall, it was later deemed to be a fake. The girl in question apparently appears on a postcard that appeared in the local paper.

Sefton Church - 1999

This picture at Sefton Church in Liverpool, England, clearly shows a man wearing a black uniform, believed to be the old church minister.

There were allegedly only two photographers in the church on the day it was taken, and neither of them recall seeing a physical being standing there when the photo was taken.

William Mumbler - 1860s

William Mumbler is credited with creating the first photo to show a ghost in the 1860s. But it in fact wasn't a ghost at all, it was simply an accidental case of double exposing a negative while taking a photograph of himself.

The entrepreneur in him turned this into a business, where members of the public would have their portrait exposed with an image of a dead relative.

Girls in Manila - 2000’s

A digital photo shows a ghostly figure touching one of the two girls seen in this photo, yet no one was there.

The two girls in this photo, taken in Manila, Philippines, didn't report seeing anyone or feeling any presence when this photo was taken. It was also taken on a digital camera, so it can't have been the result of double exposure.

Waverly Hills Sanatorium - 2006

This image was snapped in an abandoned tuberculosis hospital in Louisville, Kentucky in 2006. As you can imagine, in its heyday, the hospital saw an incredible amount of sickness and death - leading many to believe in the possibility that it could be haunted.

In recent years, it has become one of America's most popular destinations for ghost hunters.

This eerie image apparently depicts Mary Lee, a nurse who hung herself in the hospital. The story goes that this poor woman was impregnated by a doctor who worked in the hospital but later wanted nothing to do with her.

Tewin Bury Farm Ghost - 2008

Neil Sandwich took this photo of a farmhouse where his friends were getting married.

When he put the photo into Photoshop and adjusted the exposure, he noticed a mysterious white figure on the right-hand side, appearing to be peering out of a doorway. Cleaners at the farmhouse had apparently seen the ghost of a young boy wearing white clothes before, too.

San Antonio crossing ghosts

Years ago, sometime in the 1930s, it's said that a school bus full of children broke down near a railway crossing in San Antonio, Texas. Tragically, a speeding train hit the bus, killing several children and the bus driver.

This photo taken by Andy and Debi Chesney appears to show some ghostly apparitions that people have suggested look like ghosts of the children. Like any of these images, there is some debate about whether they're real and even if the history itself is true, but they're still spooky.

A ghostly pooch

This photo shows a tale of two four-legged friends. The dog on the left had a much larger pal (pictured on the right). When the little one died, he was later photographed seemingly appearing with his friend from beyond the spirit world.

A demonic spirit on a hospital bed

This weird vision shows a CCTV camera in a hospital. A demonic spirit appears to be trampling over the bed.

Apparently, the person in the bed passed away shortly afterwards. This image could easily appear in our list of the most famous monster photographs instead .

The Pink Lady

This image from Greencastle, Indiana was taken by Guy Winters and chums who were investigating paranormal reports about an abandoned house in the area.

This photo seemingly shows a ghostly woman bathed in pink and includes a final shot where the image has been digitally enhanced showing an incredibly human face on the apparition.

The Grey Lady - 2015

This image from 2015 was captured on an iPhone and seemingly shows a ghostly apparition. This figure could be that of the ghost of Dame Sybil Penn, a lowly servant of the Tudors who has haunted Hampton Court palace since 1829 .

The photo was snapped in the King’s Apartments of the Palace. While the so-called Grey Lady of Hampton Court is usually said to walk the corridors of the State Apartments and Clock Court. Interestingly this ghost is also said to be linked to weird and wonderful noises of a spinning wheel. That sound keep coming from behind a wall, which at one point was removed only for people to discover the spinning wheel behind it. Spooky stuff.

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If you want to create spooky pics for having fun or playing tricks on friends, ghost picture apps are what you need. With this type of photo editing apps , adding a ghost in an image is a one-tap procedure.

Moreover, you won’t even need other enhancement tools for tweaking and distorting your photos.

Top 5 Ghost Picture Apps

  • YouCam Perfect - Lifelike ghostly effects
  • Snapchat - For sharing on social media networks
  • Ghost in Photo - Sophisticated graphic effects
  • Ghost Photo Maker - Embedded ghost camera
  • Ghost in Photo Prank - 5 modes for adding ghosts

Most of these ghost photo editors are designed for amusement, but some of them can create spooky effects like in real ghost photos . All the apps listed here also offer spooky filters, backgrounds, frames, and captions.

1. YouCam Perfect – Our Choice

  • Lets you enhance a face shape
  • Detects faces automatically
  • Allows sharing the result on social media
  • Tweaks hair color
  • A free version contains many ads

Verdict : YouCam Perfect is a great ghost photo app that offers four sophisticated ghost effects you can choose from. With them, creating spooky images is as easy as a pie.

No matter whether you want to add a graveyard full of ghosts or add a special touch with a green ghost effect, this tool will let you realize all the eerie photo ideas.

YouCam Perfect also offers a collection of spooky stickers, as well as a range of advanced editing tools to craft extraordinary designs worry-free. With this selfie app you can not only make a ghost appear on your pic, but also turn yourself into a phantom.

It is possible to try the functionality of the app for free but to access all the instruments to develop unique compositions, you should pay for a premium version, which costs $5.99/mo .

2. Snapchat

  • Provides temporary images
  • Lifelike spooky effects
  • Neat app UI
  • Offers video ghost filters
  • Small community
  • Sometimes filters do not work properly

Verdict : Snapchat is a popular funny photo app that provides users with a collection of thousands of spooky effects to turn their photo into a nightmare. Lenses or Face Filters are highlights of this tool. The ability to apply any of the filters in real-time is another bonus.

Many effects offered by Snapshat allow adding sound, altering voices in videos, interchanging your face with a friend in the photograph, or even swapping faces with someone in photos from your gallery.

The most considerable advantage of the app is that its functionality is available for free .

3. Ghost in Photo

  • Provides transparency level
  • Easy-to-customize ghosts
  • Basic editing toolkit
  • Comes with scarry stickers
  • Does not allow erasing objects
  • Many ghosts are unrealistic

Verdict : Ghost in Photo app offers an impressive range of spooky images like ghosts, zombies, and other dreadful monsters. All in all, 63 pics are available, and you can easily customize each of them adjusting its size according to your needs.

Besides, the app also lets tinker with the brightness level of a pic, as well as ghost stickers, so you even won’t need sticker maker apps to perform such manipulations.

A ghost in a photo can appear in multiple positions and you are free to place it in any area of your image. A phantom can stand anywhere you want or even float in the area, allowing you to play with a composition achieving a really terrifying effect.

4. Ghost Photo Maker

  • A wealth of stickers divided into categories
  • Allows sharing results on social media
  • Custom scary messages
  • Comes with terrifying filters
  • Only compatible with the Android platform
  • Complicated UI

Verdict : Ghost Photo Maker is a functional ghost photo editor that allows adding ghosts to images or creating the effect of a spirit leaving the body. The workflow is quite intuitive: extract a subject from a photo and make it a ghost for free.

Afterward, you can place a picture on your own background or select from the variety of images offered by the tool. There are images featuring some scary scenes, nature, forest, waterfall, etc.

Using this photo frame app , it is easy to decorate your pic with unique scary frames and stickers.

5. Ghost in Photo Prank

  • Has a basic editing toolkit
  • A great option for kids’ entertainment
  • Ghosts look unrealistic
  • Some components are static

Verdict : Ghosts in Photo Prank is an absolutely free app, which comes with an array of impressive and spooky effects that are easy to customize. It enables editors to change the transparency of stickers, as well as tweak other settings to achieve a lifelike effect.

It is great that the tool can even display phantoms in your camera preview before shooting photos.

As a photo background app , Ghosts in Photo Prank offers a library of scary backgrounds where you can place ghosts to create terrifying compositions. Besides, making UFO and bigfoot photos is not a problem as well.

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Ghost image or screen burn-in are names given to permanent discoloration of your smartphone’s screen caused by irregular pixel usage. The prolonged use of static images can create a permanent shadow or ghost of that image on the screen. This problem is common and happens most often on AMOLED screens (although LCD displays aren’t always immune). In this article, we explore ways in which this issue can be fixed—and, more importantly, prevented from happening in the first place.

If you are looking for a screen burn-in fix for your smartphone, let us inform you at the outset that severe cases of screen burn-in are difficult to fix, and the solution almost always involves replacing the display.

  • Also read:  How to fix the 'ghost touch' problem on your smartphones

Screen replacements, however, are an expensive proposition—especially if your phone is out of warranty. And in cases where the screen burn-in issue isn't that prominent, it is best that you look for other fixes. And that is what this article aims to explore. 

The workarounds offered below, therefore, are best applied to cases of minor screen burn-in.  

What is screen burn-in?

At the outset, it is important to know what this problem actually is. A screen burn-in is the phenomenon observed on displays where a part of the display suffers from permanent discoloration—often caused by prolonged use of a static image. It is also important to note that OLED displays are much more susceptible to screen burn-in than their LCD counterparts. In fact, what people think of as screen burn-in on an LCD panel might usually another issue. 

While modern AMOLED displays are much better at resisting screen burn-in, if your phone tends to display many static images (Hint: Always-on display), the chances of screen burn-in do increase. But newer smartphones and wearables feature several mechanisms (aptly named burn-protection) that reduce the chances of screen burn-in. The way this works is by shifting a static image or text by a few pixels so that the pressure to stay on is not borne by a group of pixels. 

Burn-in example on an OLED display

Also important to note is the fact that screen burn-in is a hardware issue and affects OLED-based panels across a wide spectrum of products. For the same reason, any product that uses an AMOLED panel—ranging from Apple iPhones to Samsung Galaxy devices and OLED TVs could be prospective victims.

The scope of this article, however, is limited to addressing screen burn-in issues on Android and iOS smartphones.

How effective are screen burn-in fixing apps?

In a desperate attempt to find a fix for the screen burn-in problem on your phone, you search on Google, and it turns out there are several apps that claim to address the problem. But how effective are these apps, really?

First things first, you need to know that a screen-burn-in is a hardware problem. Attempting to fix it using software is almost always an exercise in futility. It is no surprise, therefore, that the reviews of most of these apps are mixed. But then what exactly do these apps do? And what about users who claim that their issue was fixed after they installed and used the app? 

While some of these apps can be of help, and there are reviews where people have claimed they work, the general philosophy of these apps is to try and "burn" the rest of the screen to match the colors of the area. While this might work for you initially, you should know that eventually, you aren't helping solve the issue. Think of these apps as temporary workarounds until you replace your display.

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For LCD screens, there's a dedicated app, LCD Burn-in Wiper  that could possibly fix minor cases. However, this tool is not suitable for OLED or AMOLED displays, such as those found on most modern flagship smartphones. For that, you'll need a different app.

For Android smartphones with OLED/AMOLED screens, it is a good idea to try an app called Ghost Screen Fix - Burn-In . iPhone' users can try out an app called  Doctor OLED X  from the App Store for $0.99.

In most of these apps, the "fix" is to display a sequence of primary colors in an attempt to restore the "burnt" pixels. Interestingly, this was the original function of computer screen-savers: one dynamic image that appears when the screen is idle to make the pixels "exercise" and ensure that the same area of the display doesn’t remain constantly illuminated.

The results that you may get from these apps will vary based on how bad the screen burn-in issue on your phone actually is.

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Other screen burn-in fixes

A workaround that has been suggested by one of our users involves an app called "Negative Image" from the Google Play Store. This is what NextPit user Chai Bula did to fix the screen burn-in issue on his smartphone. 

  • Take a screenshot of your screen when the screen burn-in issue is the most visible.
  • Download one of the many Negative Image apps from the Google Play Store
  • Use the app to create a Negative  image of the screenshot you just saved.
  • Open the negative image, which matches pixel to pixel with the original screenshot, and for the same reason, it will precisely overlay the affected pixels. 
  • Turn the brightness up to maximum, and this could help in improving things.

What if nothing works?

As already mentioned in the introduction, screen burn-in is an issue with the actual hardware. As such, a proper fix to the problem usually involves replacing the display. However, do note that modern displays are much more resistant to screen burn-in compared to their older counterparts, and the devices they are attached to also boast of several screen burn-in protection mechanisms.

For the same reason, chances are high you will rarely see a screen burn-in issue on newer devices that are so severe, a screen replacement becomes necessary.

Even so, in the rare instance the problem is awful, the best bet is to contact your manufacturer directly. If your smartphone is under warranty, they will offer you a fix. Bear in mind, however, that an out-of-warranty screen replacement might be quite an expensive affair. In fact, in some cases, it is cheaper to simply buy a new phone instead.

How to prevent screen burn-in from happening?

As you might have understood by now, screen burn-in can be an annoying problem. That being said, there are quite a few simple steps you can take so that your smartphone never encounters this issue at all. Note that the steps below are applicable for both Android smartphones and iPhones.

  • Keep the brightness levels of your phone display to low or moderate. Never keep it at full brightness for extended periods of time.
  • If you still use on-screen navigation buttons, it is a good idea to learn to use gesture-based navigation. By doing this, you prevent the screen from displaying the permanent on-screen navigation keys.
  • If you are not a huge wallpaper buff, the best solution is to use a black screen as your wallpaper. On AMOLED displays, this effectively turns the pixels off – and therefore, no fear of burn-in!
  • As much as possible, enable the dark mode feature on your smartphone.

Has your smartphone ever have this problem? Did you use another app to fix it? Let us know in the comments.

This article was last updated in June 2022. Older comments have been retained.

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Here's a site that specializes in fixing burn-in screens. fixburnin.com

Seems to me that just using your phone will stop most of this. You know, use a variety of apps and have the notification bar hide unless you swipe to see it or unless a new notification pops up. So while I set a wallpaper image, I'm so rarely on the homescreen it's actually refreshing when I do see it.

I use Kinscreen for precise screen control...(screen cutoff) Awesome app...and Leadroid (same dev) for simple battery saving...kills wifi and gps (and much more if rooted) after screen off.

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Good to know

Chai Bula

I just came up with a fix to the screen burn-in for Amoled device. The longer you use it, the more pronounce the buurn-in trace. I could easily recognize the problem, so I went there and take a screenshot of the problem, saved it and looked for an app to revert the image. From Play Store I found one, Negative Image, (there are several, but I was happy with this one). Once installed, open that screenshot and do the teversal into negative. Then increase brightness and contrast and save it. Since the image matches pixel to pixel of your screenshot, it overlays 100% of the problem. Open the result image and turn up the brightness to maximum. Leave it on for several minutes and you'll see improvement gradually. I've done it for only a few minutes and it works like magic !!!

can you explain this in a step by step procedure?

Tony Klik

Sorry Storm that is no correct. I use my phone all the time and not for gaming and I have screen burn in from the task bar at the top which some Idiot at samsung thought was a good idea to leave it on permanently. Previous phones let the task bar disappear if not used.

It's a non issue if you use your phone. If you just gaze at it continuosly, maybe then it would happen

I have screen burn-in from G-Board, and despite keeping my phone's brightness at around 70%, I've now twice had the keyboard burn-in to my phone. I'm either a novelist that for some inexplicable reason writes stories on their phone for hours on end, or there's an underlying fault within OLED or Gboard. I'll leave it up to you to decide which of the two scenarios is more rational.

Albin Foro

Never had the problem on my LCDs, because of quick screen blackout setting and using KeepScreen only for active apps. I'd guess it mainly affects gamers and long video watchers who have top and bottom elements always on during play. I recently learned about and tried this currently inactive app to full screen over that fringe area, and found it works surprisingly well on a new Android N tablet: GMD Full Screen Immersive Mode (Good Mood Droid) It's potentially a burn-in preventive but also increases active screen real estate. Not sure how many other devices it might work on.

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"Hey, my screen shows burn-in! Why is that?" -- "Well, some pixels on the screen are worn out more than others. Especially the pixels that mostly show brighter colors age quicker." -- "I see. Can I fix it?" -- "Yes, you can. Just download an app that destroys the better pixels until you don't see the difference anymore!" And that, folks, is how you get people to download an app which systematically destroys the screen.

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This stuff needs a freaking epilepsy warning, God Damn

The screen changes colour super slowly. Like once a second. Have you even tried using the app?

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Is this a permanent fix ?

Dustin Sindt

Works on LG G5 (confirmed) I had a Snapchat chat burned partially into my screen. I let this run while I slept when I woke up I checked it and it was fixed. Thanks alot definitely didn't want to drop another $400 on a g5

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oh good because i was messaging my friend on an app and i fell asleep and my phone doesn't sleep when the keyboard is up so it was on for 5 hours (also lg g5)

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Picture this: you’re watching a chilling horror movie, and just as the protagonist is about to encounter a terrifying ghost, a ghostly image suddenly appears on your security camera feed.

Your heart skips a beat, your breath catches in your throat, and you can’t help but wonder, “What causes ghost images on security cameras?”

Well, fear not, for there is a scientific explanation behind these mysterious phenomena. In this article, we will delve into the world of security camera technology and uncover the underlying causes of ghost images.

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What is ghosting in security cameras

Ghosting refers to the presence of faint or transparent duplicate images in video footage captured by security cameras.

These ghost images can make it difficult to accurately identify individuals or events on camera, hindering the purpose of having a surveillance system in place.

One common misconception about ghosting is that it’s purely a paranormal occurrence, but in reality, it’s often a result of technical issues .

Scientific Explanation Of Ghost Images In Security Cameras

Ghost images on security cameras are typically the result of a phenomenon called image retention , also known as image persistence or image burn-in.

Image Retention - scientific cause of ghost images on security cameras

It occurs when an image that was previously displayed on the camera’s screen leaves a faint residue that can still be seen in subsequent frames.

The retention of the previous image creates a ghost-like effect , with the overlaid image appearing translucent and distorted.

One of the primary reasons for image retention is the type of display technology used in security cameras.

Many cameras, especially older models, employ liquid crystal displays (LCDs) or cathode ray tubes (CRTs) as their screens.

These technologies are prone to image persistence , particularly when displaying static or high-contrast images for prolonged periods.

As a result, when these cameras capture moving objects or people, the residual image of the previous frame can linger, creating a ghostly effect .

In recent years, advancements in security camera technology have mitigated the issue of ghost images.

Many modern cameras now utilize more advanced display technologies , such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs) or organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs).

These technologies offer faster refresh rates and reduced image persistence, resulting in clearer and more accurate footage.

So, ghost images on security cameras are not the result of supernatural occurrences , but rather a consequence of image retention caused by display technologies and environmental factors.

As technology continues to evolve, the occurrence of ghost images is becoming less common.

What causes ghosting on CCTV cameras

When it comes to ghosting on CCTV cameras, there are several key factors to consider. Let’s discuss these causes one by one.

1. Lens Flare May Produce Ghost Images

Lens flare can create ghost images, adding an ethereal and mysterious quality to security camera footage. This phenomenon occurs due to lens distortion, light refraction, lens aberration, lens reflection, and lens artifacts.

When a strong light source enters the camera’s field of view, it can cause scattered light that interacts with the various elements of the camera lens.

As a result, these interactions produce unwanted image artifacts known as ghost images.

Lens flare typically a ppears as bright spots or streaks in the footage, often overlapping with the intended subject and obscuring important details.

It is crucial to address this issue as it can compromise the clarity and accuracy of security camera recordings, potentially hindering effective surveillance efforts.

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By employing techniques such as anti-reflective coatings on lenses or adjusting camera angles to minimize direct exposure to bright lights, one can significantly reduce the occurrence of ghost images caused by lens flare.

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2. Glare from Contaminants

To minimize the impact of glare from contaminants such as dirt, shadows, smudges, bugs, and other obstructions on your surveillance footage, it’s essential to regularly clean and inspect the camera lenses for optimal performance.

A dirty lens can significantly affect the quality of your footage by causing ghost images or blurriness.

Preventions

  • To prevent smudges and dirt buildup on the lens surface, use a soft microfiber cloth to gently wipe away any debris. Avoid using abrasive materials that may scratch the lens.
  • Additionally, be mindful of shadows cast by nearby objects or structures that could interfere with your camera’s line of sight.
  • Adjusting the position or angle of the camera can help alleviate this issue.
  • Lastly, insects and bugs can often be attracted to security cameras due to their heat emissions or bright lights. Inspect your cameras regularly for any signs of insect activity and remove them promptly if necessary.

3. Improper Camera Settings

Make sure you adjust your camera settings properly to avoid those annoying ghostly images that can ruin your surveillance footage.

Camera placement plays a crucial role in capturing clear and accurate images.

Adjusting the exposure level based on the lighting conditions in the area can help capture clear and detailed images.

Additionally, other camera settings like focus, white balance, and frame rate should also be adjusted accordingly to avoid any distortions or discrepancies in the footage.

By paying attention to camera placement and settings, you can maximize the effectiveness of your surveillance system and ensure that ghostly images do not compromise the accuracy of your footage.

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4. Slow shutter speed & Frame rate

A slow shutter speed can result in motion blur and ghosting , making it difficult to capture clear images.

Shutter speed - what causes ghost images on security cameras

Similarly, a low frame rate can also contribute to ghosting as it may not capture fast-moving objects in real time.

To minimize ghosting in security camera footage, it’s crucial to increase the shutter speed and frame rate can help reduce motion blur and improve image quality.

5. Ghost Images Produced Due To Impact Of Lighting

The impact of lighting on security cameras can lead to ghost images , where objects or people appear as translucent duplicates in the video feed.

Several factors contribute to this phenomenon, including camera positioning and environmental conditions.

  • If a camera is placed too close to a strong light source , such as a street lamp or floodlight, it can cause overexposure and create ghost-like figures.
  • Similarly, poor lighting conditions like low light or excessive brightness can also affect image quality and produce ghostly images .
  • Another factor to consider is infrared interference from other devices emitting infrared signals nearby. This interference can disrupt the camera’s ability to capture clear images and contribute to ghosting effects .
  • Additionally, reflective surfaces like glass windows or shiny objects within the camera’s view can reflect light back into the lens and create distorted images.

To minimize these issues, it is important to carefully position security cameras away from direct sources of light and take into account any potential reflective surfaces in the environment.

6. Role Of Video Compression in the Creation of Ghost Images

Video compression plays a significant role in distorting and blurring the footage , contributing to the creation of ghostly apparitions .

When security camera footage is compressed, it undergoes a process that reduces its size to conserve storage space and bandwidth.

However, this compression can result in various artifacts that compromise video quality .

Bandwidth limitations often force cameras to use high levels of compression, leading to data loss and image distortion .

Compression artifacts such as pixelation, blockiness, and smearing can cause ghost images to appear on the footage.

These distortions make it difficult for viewers to accurately identify objects or individuals captured by the camera, potentially compromising their safety.

Therefore, understanding how video compression affects security camera footage is crucial in ensuring clear and reliable surveillance imagery without ghostly anomalies.

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7. Damaged Or Defective camera sensor Produces Ghost Images

A damaged or defective sensor can have various effects on your security camera system, leading to ghosting issues that can compromise the safety and security of your premises.

Defective image sensor can cause ghost images on cameras

Ghost images caused by a damaged sensor often appear as faint, transparent duplicates of the original image, creating confusion and making it difficult to identify objects or individuals clearly.

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To troubleshoot this issue, it is crucial to inspect and maintain your camera’s sensor regularly.

  • Cleaning the sensor with specialized tools and following proper maintenance procedures can help prevent ghost images caused by a faulty sensor.
  • Additionally, ensuring that the camera isn’t exposed to extreme temperatures or physical damage can also contribute to preventing these issues.
  • By taking proactive steps in maintaining and caring for your camera’s sensor, you can ensure a reliable and accurate surveillance system that provides peace of mind for your safety-conscious audience.

8. Image Processing Settings Like Brightness, Contrast, and Digital Noise Reduction

If you’re experiencing ghost images on your security camera, it’s crucial to consider the image processing settings that could be causing this issue.

  • One of the key factors to examine is the brightness and contrast levels , as improper calibration can lead to distorted images.
  • Similarly, digital noise reduction algorithms play a significant role in refining the footage quality by reducing unwanted noise, but if set too high, they may inadvertently create ghost-like artifacts.
  • Color correction techniques can impact how accurately the camera captures and reproduces colors, which ultimately affects image clarity.
  • Another vital aspect is image stabilization , which helps counteract any camera movement or vibrations that could result in blurry or double images .

Image stabilization can help to prevent blurry or ghost images

  • Lastly, image sharpening should also be taken into account as excessive sharpening may introduce halos or duplicate objects within the frame.

By thoroughly understanding and optimizing these image enhancement techniques, including their impact on color correction, image stabilization, sharpness, and noise reduction algorithms, you can ensure reliable surveillance footage without any ghostly disturbances.

9. Wiring and Wireless Issues Cause Ghosting

Addressing wiring and wireless issues can greatly reduce ghosting in surveillance footage .

Signal interference, power supply issues, inadequate shielding, environmental factors, and camera placement all play a role in causing ghost images on security cameras.

You can significantly reduce ghosting on security cameras for enhanced surveillance effectiveness, by addressing these wiring and wireless issues by;

  • Using high-quality cables with proper shielding
  • Placing cameras strategically in optimal locations

10. Bad Connection Or Ground Loop Leads To Ghosting

Having a bad connection or experiencing a ground loop can result in annoying ghosting on your surveillance footage.

These image distortions occur due to interference problems caused by faulty wiring or improper grounding.

Additionally, ground loops can introduce unwanted electrical currents that interfere with the video signal, resulting in ghosting effects.

To minimize these issues, ensure that all connections are secure and free from any damage. Properly grounding your cameras and other equipment can also help eliminate potential power supply issues and reduce interference.

11. Outdated Firmware With Bugs Can Cause Ghosting

Outdated firmware with bugs can lead to annoying ghosting on your surveillance footage but don’t worry, there are ways to fix it.

To address this issue, here are some steps you can take :

  • Firmware updates needed – Check if there are any available firmware updates for your security camera system. Manufacturers often release updates that fix bugs and improve compatibility with different devices. Updating the firmware can potentially resolve the ghosting problem.
  • Firmware compatibility issues – Ensure that the firmware you’re using is compatible with your specific security camera model. Sometimes, using outdated or incompatible firmware versions can cause glitches and image distortions.
  • Firmware glitches troubleshooting – If you’ve already updated your firmware and still experience ghosting, try resetting your camera system to its default settings. This can help troubleshoot any software-related issues that may be causing the problem. Additionally, power cycling the cameras by disconnecting them from the power source for a few minutes before reconnecting might also help resolve minor glitches.
  • Seek professional assistance – If all else fails, consider reaching out to technical support or contacting a professional in surveillance systems. They’ll have expertise in diagnosing and resolving complex issues related to outdated firmware bugs.

By following these steps and ensuring that your security camera system has up-to-date and compatible firmware, you can minimize or eliminate ghosting effects on your surveillance footage.

Remember – Staying proactive about maintaining your security equipment not only enhances safety but also provides peace of mind knowing that potential issues are being addressed effectively.

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Frequently Asked Questions FAQs

How do I fix a ghost image?

If you have a ghost image on your camera, try the following steps to fix it:

1. Use post-processing software like Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom to enhance the image. These software often provide tools to reduce ghosting effects.

One common technique is to use the “Clone Stamp” tool to remove the ghosted portion.

2. Adjust the image’s contrast and brightness levels to reduce the visibility of the ghost image.

3. Experiment with different filters or effects in the post-processing software to creatively mask or minimize the ghosting effect.

4. If the ghost image is caused by a faulty camera sensor, it may require professional repair or replacement. Contact a camera service center for assistance.

Can someone hack your camera and watch you?

Yes, it is technically possible for someone to hack into your camera and watch you remotely, but the likelihood of this happening is relatively low. However, it is always essential to take precautions to protect your privacy.

Here are some steps you can take: 1. Keep your camera’s firmware up to date. Manufacturers often release firmware updates that address security vulnerabilities, so regularly check for updates and install them.

2. Change the default username and password of your camera’s admin settings. Use a strong, unique password that is not easily guessable.

3. Enable two-factor authentication if available. This adds an extra layer of security by requiring a second verification step, such as a code sent to your phone, to access the camera remotely.

4. Regularly check for any suspicious activities or signs of unauthorized access, such as strange recordings or unusual network traffic. If you suspect a security breach, contact the camera manufacturer or a professional for assistance.

How do I stop my camera from ghosting?

To prevent ghosting in your camera, follow these steps:

1. Ensure that your camera lens is clean and free from any smudges or dirt. Use a microfiber cloth or lens cleaning solution to gently clean the lens.

2. Adjust the camera settings, such as shutter speed and aperture, to avoid overexposure or motion blur. Experiment with different settings to find the optimal combination for your desired shot.

3. Use a tripod or stabilize your camera to minimize any movement during the capture process. This will help to reduce the chances of ghosting caused by camera shake.

4. Avoid shooting directly into bright light sources as it can result in lens flare or ghosting. Position yourself or the subject in such a way that the light source is not directly in the frame or use a lens hood to block excess light.

Can ghosting be corrected?

Yes, in some cases, ghosting can be corrected or significantly reduced through post-processing techniques.

However, it depends on the severity and cause of the ghosting.

Software tools like Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom offer features such as cloning, healing brushes, and filters that can help to alleviate or remove ghosting effects.

Additionally, using advanced editing techniques like layer masking or HDR imaging can also minimize ghosting.

What causes light ghosting?

Light ghosting, also known as lens flare, occurs when unwanted light scatters within the lens system of a camera or human eye, resulting in hazy or ghost-like artifacts in the image or vision.

Some common causes of light ghosting include:

1. Directly shooting into a bright light source , such as the sun or artificial lighting, without taking necessary precautions. 2. Using a dirty or smudged camera lens or eyeglasses, which can scatter light and create unwanted artifacts. 3. Reflections from shiny surfaces, like glass or water, can cause light to bounce around and create ghosting effects. 4. Low-quality or poorly coated camera lenses can be more prone to lens flare and ghosting compared to higher-quality lenses.

Ghosting on security cameras is a common phenomenon that can occur due to various reasons.

It’s important to understand the causes behind these ghost images in order to effectively address and prevent them from occurring.

Understanding and addressing the various causes of ghosting on security cameras is essential for maintaining clear and accurate surveillance footage.

By taking into account the above factors, it becomes possible to minimize this issue and ensure reliable monitoring capabilities for enhanced security purposes.

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