Transcending love


Recently, I took my daughter for a walk through the Erasmus Park in Amsterdam. It was a lovely autumn day with beautiful light and colours. When your child grows older, self-consciousness grows too meaning that often your daughter or son does not want to be caught on camera that much any more. Luckily my daughter still has no issues with that and I think that is partly because she admires my skills of taking portraits of her but also the way I take pictures. Pictures that are worthwhile transcend something from the photographer to the person who is looking at it. This picture is a good example of that. I am full of love, admiration and awe for my daughter, and this picture is a reflection of that. Technically spoken one can say it is not in focus and the framing is (a bit) off. On the other hand the backlighting of her hair and the beautiful bokeh is great. I really like the atmosphere of the photograph. I added some grain and highlight colouring as well.
Transcending love


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