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No, not Randy Orton. Although I'm sure that effect would make for an interesting photo with the bone crushing and everything. All hail Triple H! I don't watch WWE. That phase is in the past. I swear.

Anyhoo, Michael Orton, yes he is famous for putting two images on top of one another - one blurry, one sharp, one overexposed, one underexposed - creating this almost dream-like photograph. I find it stunning; well done, Orton! The good news is that you don't need film, you've got your friend, Photoshop.

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So that's your lesson of the day, enjoy.