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    Kirlian Photography

    Has anyone ever tried doing Kirlian Photography before? Is it possible to do using standard sheet film?
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    Yes you can use regular sheet film or paper at least according to these sites
    http://www.fullspectrum.org.uk/kirli...d/info_42.html
    http://www.imagesco.com/kirlian/index.html

    Have fun

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    http://www.imagesco.com/articles/kir...hy-device.html

    Good plans to build a device. Thanks for the link.
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    Has anybody ever tried making a Kirlian photograph of a negative?
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    I believe the negative has to be moist or slightly wet, and I am not sure it will work. But you can try it out and if you don't get electrocuted you can show us the results.

    Here are some more building plans from the University of Stuttgart http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/philo/fi...k/kirlian.html

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    Whatever you use for a high voltage source, make sure it isn't capable of delivering more than 20 milliamps.

    Edit; http://www.quackwatch.org/01Quackery...s/kirlian.html
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