Care About Deeply: Two Sides to Everyone Hug

Thai photographer Patcha Kitchaicharoen has tugged at the heartstrings with a moving project dedicated to the people closest to her in an emotional photography series entitled Care About Deeply.

Before leaving home and planning to study in the International Centre of Photography School, known as ICP, in New York, Patcha was given a small assignment to shoot a subject she cares about. As she would be studying overseas for at least one year away from family and friends, she settled on the idea of embracing her loved ones and capturing the emotion from both sides.

As Patcha puts it, she loves to hug people as hugging is the best physical expression way to show one’s love for particular person. The concept came when Patcha realized that she had never seen the others’ face when hugging them or even her own.

For taking this series of photo, the studio set-up was set to involve two tripod-mounted Canon 5D Mark III's with remote shutters attached to take the self portraits.




Besides, even though Patcha's embassy visa was declined, ICP School is still holding a spot for her to enroll on the program next year.






(More information about entire project at Patcha Kitchaicharoen’s website)






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