October 5, 2005
The hand isn't fully in focus as I'd like it to be, but I still like the overall feel of this.
down low! TOO slow.
this is a really cool perspective. that hand doesn't look dirty here - but then I have two dirty kids.
The sunlight on her (?) hand makes this shot. I love that.
gosh why when i look at this, im getting the words "please sir i want some more"
Dirty hands are busy hands. Makes you wonder what kind of work they have been into.
Such a simple shot, yet so beckoning, Strong defined lines on her hand & definitely not a stranger to work by no means. I love the softened background & the way the light reflects off her shoulder in a dream like manner. Very good use of color in this pic also. Well balanced theme with many points of interest. Once again Kendall, Good Job!!!
I love your softer side. You are so diverse you can go from awesome industrial to perfectly gentle. I am a sucker for kids. I also liked your wedding photos you had a while back I think the title was flower girl or something like that. I forwarded your site to my son in Germany. He loved them. Keep up the good work. I have decided I am getting myself a really great camera with my income tax do you have any suggestions. Hope this isn't to wordy. Bye.
i dont know if have seen dof used this well. This composition is great.
this pic is awsome, it is the sun light that gives the hand a dirty appeal with the shadow on the palm yet it is still a great shot.
Sorry man, I just can't get into this one. I am more of an urban decay kinda guy I guess. Hey thou, what do I know? lol. Keep up the good work....
Really excellent use of selective focus and great with the colour of the girl's dress.
Talk to the hand!
ok - i can see it from this monitor but my other monitor was too dirty. very cute. doesn't actually look too dirty. i think it gets worse as they get a little older and don't want to wash up!
Don't know boute the hand Kendall. Being I'm from the country, I've seen more dirt on the face but its still a good picture
OMG!! How cute! This one should be on a card...I could think of a million cute things to subtitle it with!! Cant tell im a mom huh!!lol!!
I don't know Kendall...if the hand were more focused, I think it would be too sharp a contrast (just mentally picturing it). The color mix is beautiful, and it took a second look to see the pinkness of the hand "reflected" in her cheeks. Pretty amazin' for a fella who loves decrepit buildings!
i think the slight blur is nice. it looks more like a person asking for the money you owe them...the blur makes it feel more like intimate...like an allowance.
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