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January 07, 2009

How does a photographer fix a broken light switch?

How does a photographer fix a broken dimmer light switch in their office that is stuck on high and making the light too harsh?

No, the answer is not to call electrician.

Nope, it's not to get out the tools and replace the switch.

You also guessed wrong if you think the lights would simply be turned off.

The correct answer is in the full post.

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I'm not sure right now but I kinda like the look! I don't think I'll rush to replace that switch any time soon.

What do you think?

Posted in Photography by usrbingeek at 2009-01-07 23:53 ET (GMT-5) | 1 Comments | Permalink



Comments

lol, very attractive. And the color works with the decor. Nice fix.
You can start a side business as a lighting designer.

Posted by: gknee at January 8, 2009 09:38 AM










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