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SPONSORS FEATURED SITES Occasionally you will come across a photograph that contains a seemingly impossible element and you’ll wonder how it was taken. Or, you may notice a photographer taking a picture with a wire fence in the way, and think “That picture will never turn out,” yet when you see it later, it’s a fine picture with no sign of the fence at all.
This section will help to explain the mystery of trick photography and some of the techniques used in solving seemingly-unsolvable problems, and might even allow you to try a few tricks yourself.
Click on the links below under “Further information” (at the page bottom) to get started.


This section will help to explain the mystery of trick photography and some of the techniques used in solving seemingly-unsolvable problems, and might even allow you to try a few tricks yourself.
Click on the links below under “Further information” (at the page bottom) to get started.


Click on the links below under “Further information” (at the page bottom) to get started.

SEND US YOUR SPECIAL TECHNIQUE
You may know a trick or two of your own, or you may have taken a picture that others just wouldn’t know how to capture unless they knew what you know.
Send us your tip with an explanation of the technique you employ, and we’ll be sure to provide you with credit for both the tip and the technique. Don’t forget to include your picture when you send your tip.


You may know a trick or two of your own, or you may have taken a picture that others just wouldn’t know how to capture unless they knew what you know.
Send us your tip with an explanation of the technique you employ, and we’ll be sure to provide you with credit for both the tip and the technique. Don’t forget to include your picture when you send your tip.


Send us your tip with an explanation of the technique you employ, and we’ll be sure to provide you with credit for both the tip and the technique. Don’t forget to include your picture when you send your tip.

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