Project 1825, Day 6

At long last, the final installment in the first mini project of Project 1825; my final self portrait. Titled “Hold on to Faith,” it seems pretty self-explanatory. Hope everyone has a great weekend, and God bless.

Tech details: 1/13 second, f2.8, ISO 100 at 70mm. I stood about two feet in front of a black backdrop with a floor lamp behind and directed at me, the camera focused on the Bible, which was lit with the light from my cellphone. My hands are dirty from pulling weeds earlier.


~ by kbfotografix on September 30, 2012.

One Response to “Project 1825, Day 6”

  1. Trabajo perfecto!!

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