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September 17, 2009

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Collin Miller

I remember during the alien project in Photography 476 I merged 2 photos with different lighting to create an effect and that was difficult. This must have taken a huge amount of effort! But understanding lighting is a fundamental part of photography that all photographers should understand.

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