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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Pedro Vidallon

After Greg and I started Malaya Project, I forced myself to be more selective when in comes to choosing what images to use to tell our participants' stories as clearly as possible. I can't be the only one who's attached to the images they've taken, I feel bad when we exclude a good amount of them from a series. Not that they're bad images (or so I think) but because it's more important to keep photos that will help develop a strong message.

The two below fall in that category. I was really excited about them after we left Pedro's place the night of the shoot but after putting everything in order, we decided to put them aside. They're great and we had a blast setting up and taking the shots but we felt it would distract the readers. At least Pedro has some new images for himself!

You can view the set of images we put together for his series on the Malaya Project site.


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