What do you recommend for dowsing maps?

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There are a few things have not really sorted out yet. I have some flint objects found on the property after moving here. Took photos but those still in my camera (didn't move any, left them sit on bookshelf). A stone light colored container with a round stone lid that matches, is on the bookshelf.
 

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I put a rectangle around it from digger's photo. Things get grainy if you enlarge too much (even using cut and drop resoluution).
 

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Any updates on your mystery girl? Was an interesting start.
Last evening used my laptop camera to take close up photos of a rounded stone artifact found on our property. Took 11 shots rotating the stone to show how rounded it is (until tilting or flipped). Last 5 pics had something paranormal show up. I checked my shirt it was plain nothing printed. Checked bottom area of laptop nothing printed there either (solid black). Didn't notice this until today going back over them in a post made last evening on a prospecting forum. Last 3 pics
 

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Normal photos until the last 5. These are first 3 of normal.
 

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Red_desert

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Ok those are enlarged copies why only 3 each posted. Here are all the originals.
 

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Red_desert

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I see now the location where it showed up. That dark blue lid in background has a latch to lift off the white plastic bottom. It is a storage with handle full of crystals and polished/rough stones.
 

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Tried searching to see if there could be any software program with capabilities to add or modify computer cam files. FBI has a program can watch you but that is like wiretapping and not likely to happen. No way anyone could know the storage has stones and crystals, this has to be all paranormal.
 

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Tried searching to see if there could be any software program with capabilities to add or modify computer cam files. FBI has a program can watch you but that is like wiretapping and not likely to happen. No way anyone could know the storage has stones and crystals, this has to be all paranormal.
Get a piece of powder blue poster board for a backdrop. That will eliminate 90% of your problems. Even better do your photos outside in the sun especially with. Phones.
 

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I took the lid off and found a large flat quartz crystal in that bottom right corner. Here is the spot cropped down (cam photo). Took the storage box outside with my good digital camera, have it hooked up right now to import photos. I cut and pasted to a black background. Never keep anything paper on that box, should not be anything on it in photo.

Tried making a color negative also.

(Edit: just caught a small location mistake, it showed up left side of box with dark blue lid. Only thing there is a Garrett Ace 250 box. See last photo). That's what it is the side of a detector box, face is covering up image of control box. No text print on side of box even stranger yet.
 

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Tried standing back away, looking from view of laptop position (even without my glasses on). A shipwreck hunter once said that if you look at anything underwater long enough, it will start to look like a shipwreck. Same is true of Spanish trail followers (look at a rock enough it appears to be a treasure sign). Garrett control box of Ace 250 has those neon bright buttons you can't miss. So, moved past laptop a couple more steps to be back away more at an angle. Still being nearsighted could see the text print on the box, If you gaze long from that distance (without glasses) the gaps between buttons can disappear for a moment but come back again. I tried then opening my webcam program again, looking at box with a 29-inch flat screen TV hooked up to my laptop. No gaps as between buttons and no text print visible anywhere. Just a well-shaped nose, eyes, cheeks, and forehead. I have a video program which can bypass the webcam software and record high resolution HD WMV video clips through a laptop camera. That should clear it up if this is a lower resolution problem.

Update--Did a couple more tests. Picked up the Garrett box putting it in from of my laptop. Turns out box was full of rocks and heavy to carry. That Blick Art box in background text reads nice clear and another just like it was on top of left part of Garrett box. I used the HP webcam program (this is original here). Maybe laptop cam has software installed (anti-spam technology) to identify visible product packaging in background.

Other program only goes up to HD DVD file format for (laptop cam) video recording but can take snapshot JPG even if while recording. Same results as HP cam program (face there with text missing). Here cropping down enlarged.

Have a USB live full HD facial recognition cam connected to laptop. Might try it with my program can record through it in 1920 x 1080 resolution in DVD or AVI format. Prefer DVD over AVI which is heavy to say the least.
 

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Get a piece of powder blue poster board for a backdrop. That will eliminate 90% of your problems. Even better do your photos outside in the sun especially with. Phones.
Finished doing all the tests... nothing more than lens distortion. Put the live full HD cam in front of Garrett box from several feet away. It has a manual focus with 7 element lens and autofocus inside that plus facial recognition capability. Cam operated with my program can take up to 2048x1296 res snapshots. I wanted to be careful because paranormal activity can show up in photographs. Pentagon has proof from past military operations where the paranormal showed up while flying over an area. Things didn't go as planned and they took a lot of photos after the special operations.
 

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Update: On ghost lady photo. Rectangular shape lower right is not water, but WW2 cement with dirt overburden removed.
 

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A older friend of mine bought a old house, one day he was working on a vent to the basement he could see into the basement from the vent... He swears up and down that a native chief was staring back at him from in the basement when he look into the vent.. he a smart dude and I have no reason not to believe what says... one of the weirdest ones I've herd:icon_thumleft:
 

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Pentagon has photos, according to former defense chief under George W Bush. I happened to be around a laptop live streaming his speech to a group who believe non-drone UFOs could really be something paranormal. Years earlier before top defence official, he flew over area of special operation in helicopter taking many photos. Pentagon had to brief him on what showed up in photographs.
 
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For digital map dowsing I use these lightweight bronze L-Rods without handles. On a flat screen hooked up to laptop, one rod scans map and the other swings either toward or back away from the other. Both rod tips may draw together and start tapping over a target. I begin by just letting both rods respond, see where they move to first, then pinpoint using a tighter grip on left rod which cause the right one to move if a target. Movement (my rod held in right hand) toward stationary rod (would be my left hand as pressure is put on bend area) is for target confirmation.
 

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Here is the tree mentioned earlier in thread.
 

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Me dowsing a digital IR map.
 

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