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Old 11-03-2007, 11:38 PM   #36
JimThias
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Originally Posted by trainboysd40
If it's a double exposure, I have no problem with it. If in fact it was edited in in photoshop (Or, heaven forbid, MS paint!) then I would have trouble accepting it as genuine!
So...what's the difference? Double exposure on film is acceptable but the same exact double exposure using a different tool (photoshop/computer) is unacceptable? Beginning is the same, end is the same, middle is different.
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