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Project Faces/ AAF by Eibography Project Faces/ AAF by Eibography

Faces project aims to collect 100 faces in a single canvas.

If you're in Jeddah and want your face to be part of the project contact me to arrange a photo shoot.
No age or gender restriction. 
eibo@eibography.com

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Lena-GoodForNothing Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2015
hi there, i've been following your work for quite some time now and love it. But recently you started to post more photos of people and i dont find them as good as the rest of your gallery. You have lots of photos of objects, macro photos etc. Your style is very clean but you are overdoing it with the editing in the photos of people. Human skin is not clean and smooth, it's got frackles and wrinkles and it gives character to the portrait. There is no need to smooth it out. I can see you are not retouching it completely but it makes it look like poorly retouched commercial photo. It's really different to edit photo of an object and human, dont do it the same way, experiment.
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Eibography Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2015  Professional General Artist
Hi Lena. Thanks for the constructive critique I really do appreciate it. However, I'm still n the process of learning to work with skin. Sticking to objects because I'm good at it is not reasonable and I never reached that level without many bad photos. I shoot to have fun and learn not to impress. If I can reach that too, It would be great. 
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Hassoomi Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2015
I was about to comment exactly what Lena said. I understand that you're experimenting and learning to edit skin, which is good, but I still think you could tone the editing down a little bit and let your photos speak for themselves *if that makes any sense*. The blurry parts with the skin texture and the dodged and burned parts make it look weird.
I would also stay away from post sharpening the picture, because I think most of the time it shows in the final result. 
I'm never against editing photos as long as it doesn't show that it's edited in the end.

keep up the good work! Can't wait to see the final collection.
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