Monthly Archives: May 2012

At long last!

Yes, the new website is finally up and running.  It’s quite a move away from the old one, but I think it’s going in the right direction.  Check it out and let me know what you think, as I’m always open to constructive criticism, and positive feedback is also nice.  http://www.adamrobertyoung.com Advertisements

Regret and Observation

(This is the last entry transferred from my short-lived Wix blog.  It was originally written this morning) Wow!  I can’t believe it’s four days since the last post!  I wish I could say it’s been a busy time, but it’s more related to internet issues here in China! Anyway, let’s get down to it… What […]

Never let the photos come before the story

(This post is reposted here from an entry on May 11 on my short-lived Wix blog) The reason I chose that title for this entry is because of an experience I had yesterday… I went to a part of town I’d never really explored before near the Kecun subway station.  I’d looked on Google Earth and […]

Photowalks – learning to see through different eyes

(This post is reposted here from an entry on May 9 on my short-lived Wix blog) Over the last few weeks I’ve had the pleasure of joining a fellow photographer who is also a good friend for a couple of photowalks in Guangzhou.  I’ve gotta say it’s a really positive and productive thing to do, […]

Defining your style

(This entry is a repost of the May 6 entry in my short-lived Wix blog) One term that many emerging photographers struggle with is the concept of personal style.  How do you develop a unique style?  Why does it even matter?  This is something I’ve given some thought to over the last few months as […]

New Beginnings

(This is reposted from my short-lived Wix blog…) So here I am at the start of a new era.  It’s an era heralded by some major changes… Firstly, I’ve started this blog (obviously) and am finalising reinstating my website in an updated incarnation.  In this digital age, it’s essential to move with the times, and […]