Two Feet In Hands

© Aaron Wilbert

Two Feet In Hands

Uploaded: January 05, 2004 00:17:39


The size of a new born is realized when you have something like a father's hand to compare it too. Taken with a flash with a diffuser.


Kristen McKain January 05, 2004

this is sweet, Aaron.. I love it! #85002

Judith G. Secco January 05, 2004

Beautiful composition, contrast and EVERYTHING! This is wonderful.
Judy #318957

Stephen Zacker January 05, 2004

Really Nice Image! #318982

Jessica Hughes January 05, 2004

Those cute little feet look so delicate in daddy's large hands! Wonderful composition Aaron! #319012

Samantha M. Andrew January 05, 2004

Vwey sweet. Love the composition. Great job. #319316

Aaron Wilbert January 05, 2004

Thank you all for your comments. I am very happy about how this shot turned out. It is funny, I did not really noticed it before, but it caught my eye later after review all the photos taken during the photo shoot. The contract really makes the shot for me. #319944

January 06, 2004

Great Job, I've seen many try this and fail. What I like about this is your eyes are drawn to the feet. You got super close which eliminates so much back ground garbage. I love it. #320746

Aaron Wilbert January 06, 2004

Thanks Elizabeth. I like getting in close for that very reason. Cutting out back ground garbage helps to keep you focused on the subject and what is important. #321214

January 07, 2004

This is a winner! #322696

Aaron Wilbert January 07, 2004

Thanks Darlene. That would be very cool. But I am just enjoying the comments that have been made. Thanks again. #322713

Judith G. Secco February 16, 2004

Wonderful image. Congratulations.
Judy #380859

Leena Robinson February 16, 2004

Congrats to you, Aaron, and best luck! Great job with this one! #382265

Judith G. Secco February 17, 2004

So glad to see this win. Wonderful image, Aaron. Congratulations again.
Judy #382742

Robin L. Wehrman February 17, 2004

Congratulations on your win again, wonderful image, Aaron! #382914

Rhonda M. Gassman February 17, 2004

This is so sweet. I've tried this myself, but never succeeded like this! This is gorgeous. Congratulations! #383393

Thomas McConville February 19, 2004

excellent image! the greyscale tones go great with this delicate precious subject. composition is outstanding. . lovely work Aaron. #385738

Thomas McConville February 19, 2004

excellent image! the greyscale tones go great with this delicate precious subject. composition is outstanding, good lighting. lovely work Aaron. #385739

Aaron Wilbert February 19, 2004

Thank you to you all. I am very excited about this photo. And to think, I did not notice right away. It took me going through the photos, taken that day, a few times before I noticed it. Thank you for comments. It makes it all worth while. #387315

Souha Dooly February 25, 2004

Good work!I love this photo. #395863

Jessica McCollam June 03, 2004

Aaron, I have been checking out your gallery and I am in love with every image! Your work is outstanding!! This piece in paticular, is my favorite because I have quite a thing for baby feet! I have taken similar portraits like on your gallery. I like your lighting much better than mine however. Can you check my gallery out when you get a chance or my website, and let me know what I could do to make my lighting better?
my website is:

Thank you,
Jessica McCollam #576218

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