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The Art of Dodge & Burn – Images Disc

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  • The Art of Dodge & Burn – Images Disc

    I was cleaning house and came across this dvd that a former co-worker gave me. It is the tutorial disc but doesn't include the images. He passed away years ago so I don't know if he ever had the 2nd disc, and this product is no longer for sale. Would anyone by chance have this in their collection?

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