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Virtual photography is the process of taking photographs of a virtual world, rather than of our real worl,Virtual photography is quickly becoming popular because of the increasing need for compelling images to enhance websites, blogs, and online articles. Eye-catching virtual photographs can help drive traffic to a website, and increase online earnings.Virtual photography gives you a lot of flexibility. You can take as long as you want to set up a shot, take shots from any angle, and set up any scene lighting.

Looking up Virtual I find it has many definitions. In regards to the above add one might say yes it can do a virtual world. If you take a photo and enhance/alter above and beyond normal then it becomes a virtual world.

Looking at it from another definition if something is virtual it doe's not exist, so how can you take a photograph of something that doe's not exist.

It would seem it all depends on what definition you look at.

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