Phasmophobia has a list of randomized objectives before every game. One of the objectives may ask you to take a photograph of a ghost. Naturally, this is a high risk, high reward challenge as it requires you to get close to the ghost while it is active. As the risk is high, you should complete this objective last. To begin taking photos of the ghosts in Phasmophobia, you’ll need to ensure you have the digital camera equipped.
Once you discover which room a ghost resides in, you must provoke it to show itself. You will want to have your camera ready to snap at any moment, as they can appear and disappear quickly. The best way to provoke a spirit and make it appear is by speaking to it. Saying the ghost’s name or asking it direct questions can make it to appear in the room with you. Other pieces of equipment can be used to give you a clue of when the spirit is likely to appear as well. For example, you can watch for decreasing temperatures on the thermometer or monitor the readings on the EMF Level 5 device.
Beware of angry ghosts
Also, it is important to note that this process can make the spirit angry, thus impacting your sanity level. Therefore, whatever you are dealing with may enter the hunting phase. A more obvious clue that you are in danger is if a light source begins flickering. If the spirit shows itself in the hunting phase, you can quickly snap a photo and hide, or escape the premises. However, when encouraging the spirit to come out, you may want to use a crucifix in the room to keep you safe.
In addition to ghosts, you can use your camera to take photos of pretty much anything you want in Phasmophobia. As long as you have shots to spare, you can snap a picture of anything you may find unusual. This includes fingerprints, any objects that may have moved, an Ouija board, and more.