20 Feb Lotus flower

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Me and Nick, we always had the idea to mix our projects, until it happened. In the national holidays of Chile, our country, Nick was going to travel to Valdivia to see his family taking advantage of their days off, so he talked with me to schedule a day for taking pictures together.

A few days from the photoshoot, we were looking for models for the occasion but we didn’t find anyone who would be 100% dedicated to this project. Nick found a model, Yesenia, and she traveled from another region to help us with this idea.

Fuji X100F . f/8 . 0.6″ . ISO 200 – Photo by Eduardo

On September 17, Nick traveled from the city where he was to Valdivia, and Yesenia from Puerto Montt. First I met Nick in the bus station, and although we have never met in person before, we talked a lot. We talked about the anxiety and the nervousness of carrying out a project in such a short time (we would do it in just a couple of hours). We began to worry since Yesenia did not arrive and her bus was late. When we got down to the first floor we didn’t find her but then we saw a very flashing mustard coat and we knew it was her.

Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF56mmF1.2 . f/16 . 1/15″ . ISO 200 – Photo by Nick

Being the whole team together we walked to our first location, the

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