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PHOTOGRAPHY IS A JOKE

You look at the photo, he looks at you. If you rotate photo flip side: people will look totally different side. You can do so that he will look again at you, even if you do not return the photo to its original position.

You just need to look through photo on any source of light, for example, a light bulb.

Valery Postolati. "Merry magic" (M, "Panorama", 1992)

The young magician-illusionist
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anytek
2014-03-26 16:20:00
me 10. I know the focus. you need to take something like a small transparent boxes with lid, ball and a rubber band. need a box to open it and show it to all. then close the lid and horizontally. and knock on all sides and the second time then knock and 2 circle the ball must penetrate into the box. the secret of the cover, you should not close the hole and the hole to leave the cover is better from top to secure.
Alexander
2014-01-11 02:18:29
And who realties can do the Moebius strip ? I Yes .
Alexander
2014-01-11 02:14:12
I'm 10 years old and these tricks I walked and I walked.
Assistant
2013-06-11 00:01:03
Agliana, I will help you to deal with the focus (no wonder nick HELPER!). See:you take a picture of your friend, for example, and will keep it in front of him. "Your friend" which pictures will be "looking" at you, and if the photo rotate, then "friend" wakes up to look in another direction. Focus: how to make a "friend" who "looks" in the direction "looked" at you (not expanding photo)? It's just. The rotated photo bring to the light bulb, the sun (light) and the other will appear on the other side. Not for that!
agliana
2013-02-17 13:04:46
I focus not understood
585
2013-02-14 17:18:59
it's easy!
Hannah
2013-01-14 19:33:15
I did not understand the focus of who wrote the computer!
Janie
2012-12-26 23:47:19
not understood
White tigress
2012-12-20 19:23:45
not what panel

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