Photograph samples

These are samples of the photographs that need to be sent if you want your hand read. For the complete written instructions check this post:

1) Full hand photos of both the hands - it is not necessary for the background to be plain. It can be any background.

HAND WITH THE FINGERS AND THUMB CLOSE TOGETHER.
Hold the hand upright, preferably against a wall so that the hand does not bend backward or forward. Or hold it up absolutely straight, as if taking an oath.


More samples of the full hand photos






HAND IN A RELAXED/NATURAL POSITION but note that the fingers are straightened out. PLEASE DO NOT CUP YOUR HANDS. It is recommended that you hold the hand vertically and take the photos with the back of the hand pressed against a wall.
Photos of both the hands are required.




THIS IS A PHOTO OF A CUPPED HAND. PLEASE DO NOT SEND SUCH A PHOTOGRAPH.



BACK OF THE HAND. Do not bend your hand either forwards or backwards. Photos of both the hands are required.



2) Hand Close ups of both the palms. Hold your hand vertically, against a wall.





Another example of a palm closeup.


3) Thumb shape

THUMB SHAPE FROM THE FRONT. Both thumbs are required.




THUMB SHAPE FROM THE BACK. Both thumbs are required.





4) Fingerprint Photos.

FINGERTIPS - This is required of both the hands.
One option is to take a photograph of top half of the fingers together, but for this all your fingers need to be straight, or it will not work. In many cases finger tips could be slightly turned away. In this case, take each finger separately or two together. In this case you have to be very careful about labeling the photos.

Focus on the center of the finger tip.




THUMB PRINTS. This is required of both the hands.




ALTERNATIVE METHOD IF YOUR CAMERA CANNOT TAKE GOOD FINGERPRINT PHOTOS -
INKED FINGERPRINTS USING THE STAMP PAD. To know how to take these, follow the instructions given in the email.

Please label to avoid any confusion.




Related Reading: What to expect from a private hand reading or try the Testimonials page to see what clients have written about me.




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