11 Touching Street Photographs of Hands

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Roger Boon

This week’s street photography assignment of the week was “Hands“. Thanks to everybody who sent in their submissions to my Facebook fan page. Stay tuned for next week’s assignment, and keep on reading to check out the rest of the inspirational images!

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Carandol Eruaphadion

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Christopher Barends

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Daniel Funaki

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Laurent Roch

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Mahikol Torres

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Milo Hess

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Stephaneh

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Thomas Leuthard

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Tilman Tausb

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Vincent Saputro

Which one of these photos touch you the most? Show your love by leaving a comment below!

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Comments

  1. says

    pict#2 – Carandol Eruaphadion
    timing (slight imperfect perfection), message to look for (desperate cry 4 help), atmosphere (aggression, hectic, chaos), all there, perfectly
    all others are nice, but more standard shots, leaving the only other to be mentioned: Stephaneh, being rated 2nd.

  2. Murray Patricia556 says

    I liked Christopher Barends as it was clearly about hands. The one with the outstretched beggar’s hand was poignant but not clear enough as about hands. The parents holding child’s hands between them was lovely but not clearly enough about hands. The man about to shake hands with another was strong, I would put it second. They were all good photographs and interesting in their ways. Thanks.

  3. Craig says

    Carandol Eruaphadion’s Pic perfectly frames the subject “Hands” with the seemingly indifference of the society that surrounds it. The emotion that screams from this photo is absolutely as well as acutely evident. This pic has alot of power. Very well done. Great eye

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