Another one for my current pet project. Fortunately my young daughter was happy to oblige in this instance and I'd had this shot in mind for a while, as I felt the image of her small hand in my rather large one would be particularly symbolic of the unconditional love between parent and child, and of the bond and care that is always there for your children.
Again shot at 50mm, f/2.2, 1/4000th and ISO100. It was very bright natural light, and I liked the shadows in the folds of my hand. I converted to B&W in Elements, and again boosted the contrast and added the vignette as in my last image. I intend to try and keep the same processing techinques across the series to help tie them all together.
Any comment, advice or critique warmly welcomed, as this is the first project like this that I've really thrown myself into.
Black and white
Close-up and macro
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