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How to Do Aura Photography
By:Nikki Walters

Your aura is the electromagnetic energy field that surrounds you. Every living creature has an aura, which is seen as subtle colors permeating the body. Each of these colors signifies something different and gives information regarding emotions, physical health, and quality of consciousness. Many psychics claim to be able to see an individual's aura and decipher its meaning. However, with the use Kirlian photography, you can take your own aura photographs.

Obtain an Aura Camera

Using a special type of camera made especially for recording the surrounding energy field is essential for taking aura photos. A vital part of the camera is a hand sensor that the subject will place his or her hand on during the picture-taking process. This hand sensor works as a biofeedback measuring device. (see ref.1)

Ensure that the camera uses some type of Polaroid or instant film, or that it comes with a computer software that allows you to view the photo on the computer and then print it out. (see ref. 2)

Use a heavy-duty tripod suitable for video cameras because the size and weight of the aura is much bigger than a regular camera. Make sure the legs and latches are sturdy. see ref 3)

Set Up the Aura Photo Studio

Hang a matte black material as the backdrop. It needs to be big enough to extend 1 foot on each side of the subject, and 2 feet above and below the subject's face.

Add 2 floodlights with 75-watt bulbs. The lights need to have a broad coverage area. Set one on each side of the subject at about a 45-degree angle.

Place a stool against the backdrop for the subject to sit in. Set 1 or 2 side tables (depending on how many hand sensors you are using) next to the stool to set the biofeedback hand sensors.

Seat your subject in the stool and have him or her take a few deep breaths to relax. Press the shutter release and take the photo.

Consider the Aura Camera 6000 made by Progen. This aura camera includes a function that balances deviations in temperature, humidity and static electricity in the environment. This guarantees accuracy and stability in the biofeedback measurement.