Yes it is possible to take pictures of aura using the kirilian camera. It not only takes pictures of human aura but that of plants and other objects.
The Kirlian Camera was officially re-invented by Semyon D. Kirlian, in Krasnodar the former USSR, 1939. In Brazil, Professor Newton Millhomens, a Brazilian Physicist, built the first Brazilian Kirlian Camera, in Brasilia (DF), 1968, from an electronic scheme originating from the Soviet model.
In Curitiba, May of 1986, the “1st Brazilian Congress of Kirliangraphy” took place. There, the Kirlian Cameras made by Prof. Newton Milhomens, by unanimous decision, were considered the “Official Brazilian standard of Kirlian Cameras and Kirliangraphy” and from that day forward, they have been officially known as Kirlian Cameras “PadrÃ£o Newton Milhomens” (Newton Milhomens Standard).
Up until now, only Prof. Newton Milhomens has been making, in Curitiba (PR), Kirlian Cameras according to the “Standard” (Newton Milhomens Standard), and, until now, nobody else has yet to grasp the intricate technical specifications of this product, because there are some industrial secrets that only Prof. Newton Milhomens and his qualified staff know completely.
Input Voltage: 110/220V – AC
Output Voltage: 0 to 12 kV ~
Module 1: 15cm x 12cm x 8cm
Module 2: 15cm x 7cm x 6cm
Total weight: 2.5 kg
Look up on net for kirilian camera. You can buy one too.