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How a spider web generates a ghostly image at night.

26 December 2014 by Augustine Towonsing

  • Location:  Private Home, Tiong Garden, Sungai Petani, Kedah

  • Date: 13/08/2008 11:29pm

The images below are examples of a spider web captured at night with camera flash from  different distances ranging from 1.5 metres to a 1  centimetre away that enabled the camera to produce ghostly images.

This experiment suggests that the camera will only capture ghostly images generated by environmental sources such as a spider web from a distance that is less than 10 centimetres away be at day time or night time.

Therefore, it would make no sense if one were to suggest that a camera or video camera can pick up ghostly images that is generated by the environment from a distance more than a few metres away. Furthermore, this experiment suggests that a spider web does not generate ghostly images if captured from a distance of more than 10 centimetres away even taken with camera flash at night.

These series of images captured to proof that  a spider web and a spider only can be seen as a ghostly image when the distance is too closed to the camera lens..

 


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