This photo has an amazing impact on the veiwer. It's strong, and compelling. Enchanting in a way. I absolutely love the overall appearance. I enjoy the fact that the hands all look extremely similar. Normally, hands are something that are unique to a person; it may look strange if these hands looked to different. I also like the appearance of the chipped nail polish. It gives a rugged, rough feeling to the photo, that may be associated with the "evil" in the see no, hear no, speak no. It appears that the model is wearing some sort of mask? that's a very effective touch in my opinion; it gives mystery and anonymity to the photo. Its cool in a way that we all in some way, hear, see, or speak evil.. but perhaps we don't want it to be known. So the mystery to this photo is very fitting. I really have no complaints besides I wish it was perhaps a little sharper. But I realize every artist edits photos or doesn't edit photos to their own liking Regardless this is a gorgeous and very unique photo!
First of, the three hands caught my attention immediately. Then I looked a little closer, and realized there are actually 5 all together. The fact that that they all appear to belong to the same person really makes this intriguing. Black and white was probably a good choice. However, It seems a little too contrasty to me. The contrast adds to the image, but it might have been better to get some detail in the hair, and some of the other shadows. Not a big deal though.
All in all, it;s a great image, the hands, the mask, and that darrrk hair really add to a pretty strong mood in the image. Out of curiosity, did you use multiple exposures for this?
Mmm personally I find this picture interesting because of what is being censored. She is wearing a mask and is featureless because of the hands. It renders the impression that she has no individuality or control.
Everyone will have a different interpretation of this, mine is that this represents someone who is being kept ignorant for the sake of keeping them in a submissive or dependant state, as if they will easily accept someone else's judgement on what is right or wrong.
Evil is a part of the world, and to be alive you must face it! This kinda feels as if the subject is literally 'turning a blind eye' towards the realities of life