Portrait of my mother

Black and white portrait of my mother taken using a 28mm wide angle lens
Mom | Trivandrum, Kerala, India

Pictured here is my mother. This was one of the first shots I took using the 28mm lens for my new 28mm Portraits Project. To find out more about this Project, click here.

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182 Replies to “Portrait of my mother”

  1. Great Shot!!
    I happen to watch the Enthavo song by Job Kurian for Hope project….
    And read the description from youtube that you were the DOP…
    I suspected it because many of your Go Pro Images here in the website like that of the elephant, that rocky beach and now fahad fasil were eerily similar when I watched the video of the song….

  2. Family shots are always intriguing, they have a different sort of intimacy, and the emotional exchange between photographer and sitter is beautifully captured here :).

  3. Great portrait with strong personality and presence! I really like how the eyes play; one sharp and contrasty, and the other with just the right softness.

  4. You are so lucky to have a mother to photograph. I see mischief in the light of her eyes, especially the left one. On the verge of a smile, she gave you a fine image.

  5. I love the detail and the lighting, nice to see your Mother here. It does not appear to distort and isn’t so close that it is too stark. Congrats on the new lens and enjoyed perusing your collection…beautiful work!

  6. Thanks for stopping by my post recently. I have just spent more than an hour perusing your photos. You have a wonderful way with the lens. Good luck on your 28 MM project.

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