Magazine editorial: What we can't see
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Advances in technology have enabled more people to take more photos than ever before. Photographers are looking beyond the everyday photos and creating images that require special lenses (e.g., shift/tilt) and/or processing techniques (e.g., HDR). The editors of this magazine want to explore this new world with a collection of images that are beyond human perception. They want images that can not be taken with a regular camera by a regular person. They want time lapse, long exposure, infra-red, super macro, and other out-of-the-ordinary photos to illustrate this article. Provide some OUTSTANDING photographs.
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