What Is a Merger in Photography?

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In photography, a merger refers to a situation where an object in the background seems to be merged into the focus subject. A merger also occurs when your subject's body is cut off the edge of the image. Distracting objects that are too close to the subject could also characterise a merger.
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Answer It is when two or more entities join to form a new entity. Some examples could be companies, organisations or even countries
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