Putting together a magazine based on my Pet/Food set in Flickr was an interesting process in that it made me think very critically about the sequence of the photos, as well as the content. Originally, sequencing the set on Flickr felt much more like how Robert Frank described sequencing his photographs in the book The Americans; “More of a process of discovery than a discourse… the chapters… evolved intuitively.” While I retained a majority of the original sequencing from my Flickr set for my book, having the layout be two pictures juxtaposed side-by-side informed all of the changes that I made to the set. My goal was to make sure that the two images placed next to each other on each set of pages would evoke a powerful response from the viewer. In order to achieve this, I edited a couple photos that I felt were weaker or didn’t quite go with the sequence out of the set completely, and also added two new photos that I thought strengthened the set. I am excited to have my photographs become a tangible object that requires more physical involvement to observe than photos on the internet that can be easily ignored by the viewer.