"I grabbed this shot, killing time, in the train with a wondurful mixture of cold window light and warm tungsten or halogen," said Chris Wesseling. "Wide open, aperture priority. Focussing so close gives you a lot of room to play with depth of field. Even though in color it's a pretty monochromatic image, I chose a toned B&W to lay even more emphasis on the softness of it all. The hanky, the slumber, the skin, the focus."
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