Thank you so much for your kind words, Sherif :)
I might consider creating an FB in the future, but for now, I will stick to Tumblr, Instagram and Behance :)
Thanks again and I appreciate it!
Thank you so much!
Unfortunately, I deactivated my Flickr.
However, I am on Behance, Instagram, Tumblr & Deviantart.
And I have a new project going on @ PhotogenicWeekly.
Hope to see you around :)
Salaam! Thank you so much for these kind words. Your wishes and commendations are beyond appreciated. Thank you for stopping by to write this lovely message.
Best luck and wishes,
Thank youuu, this means a lot! You are so sweet, shouldn’t even be anon!
Unfortunately, I am not on Facebook but I am on Instagram, Deviantart, Twitter and Tumblr (main blog).
I also started a new project called Photogenic Weekly, check it out here.
Thank you SO much! I really appreciate it.
Please feel free to do so, haha! xx
This year, I have recieved amazing support from you throughout my project that truly inspired me not just to keep going with it but also with my life. I can’t describe how thankful I am for you guys, your support simply means the world to me.
Thank you for anyone who believed in me. Thank you for your beautiful messages. Thank you for every single question, like and reblog. And most of all, thank you for just taking the time to look at my photographs which I hope you enjoyed.
I sincerely hope you all find happiness doing what you love in life and I hope that you all have who supports you doing so, because sometimes that’s just all we need.
This project has truly helped me figure out my strength and weakness in photography and challenged me in ways I would have never imagined… Which is why I decided to tackle my weak point - Portrait Photography - and start a new challenging project in 2014 that involves taking photos of interesting faces weekly.
Happy new year, everyone!
W aleikom el salam, beautiful!
Thank you so much, I am glad you like it :)
I will be posting a link to my new project of 2014 in a few days, so make sure to check it out as well.
Have a lovely day and thank you for the support xo
That’s a very cool question, thank you stranger!
I actually get many different reactions, mostly depending on where and what/who I am shooting. For instance, I noticed that people in Europe (Such as London, Geneva or Paris) don’t really find it odd or even attention-grabbing. I think mostly because they are used to tourists and photographers around and, of course, it has to do with their cultures.
On the other hand, I definitely grab a lot of attention and curiosity when I am shooting in the Middle East (specifically in “local” neighbourhoods).
Generally, some people welcome it and actually pose and ask me to take their photos. Others might get offended and even shout at me.
I also hear a lot of funny comments like “Look, she is a reporter!”.
I would personally say that this attention becomes less and less everyday, especially now that DSLRs are very common and owned by many people and not just photographers (compared to a few years back).
Sorry if that was too long!
Have a nice day x