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Questions relating to the concept and identity of victims are highly problematic, because our attitudes towards victims (and how they should be dealt with photographically) are likely to be shaped by the brief assumptions we make about them during our short encounters with them, and these suppositions are not always well founded. Moreover, viewers of such imagery do not always know the history hidden behind the shots or the circumstances. Viewers just see the photographer’s visual concept. ( Photos & Text by Eddie Gerald)

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