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Photos in fifth dimension

Marika Barnett, at work in her Stow home, uses a computer to combine four versions of a photograph to create a ''fifth image.'' Marika Barnett, at work in her Stow home, uses a computer to combine four versions of a photograph to create a ''fifth image.'' (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
October 5, 2008

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Marika Barnett has always been a trailblazer. At 22 she fled communist Hungary to come to America. In the 1980s she was on a team that wrote the first computer network file-transfer program at Honeywell . And now, after a successful career in high tech, the 74-year-old Stow resident is being recognized for her unique photographs, created through a technique ... (Full article: 1011 words)

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