Tag Archives: portraiture

Vietnamese girl wearing non la conical hat by Adam Robert Young September 01

Lydia’s shoot in Saigon

I admit it, I’m kinda in love with the crumbling apartment complex at 727 Tran Hung Dao. Most of you have seen my other posts about the place The Block, Life in the Block, and Tran Hung Dao – From Riches to Rags. Recently the Saigon Photographic meetups group took a trip to the place. […]

Multitasker - by Adam Robert Young February 23

Multitasker

When given the task of taking a photo for an article on “a day in the life of a magazine editor”, I immediately visualised something like an Hindu god with many arms doing ten things at once. Coincidentally my magazine’s managing editor Christine was somewhat camera shy, and welcomed the idea of having half of […]

January 27

3 years today (or is that 7)?

Today is the anniversary of the day my wife and I tied the knot. While that was three years ago, our journey together actually began back in 2006. I’m not gonna really say much more – just gonna share some photos from the last 7 years with an amazing girl! From when we started going […]

Vietnamese man holding his big cock by Adam Robert Young January 03

Vietnamese men with big cocks

I know, it’s not exactly the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of Southeast Asian countries, but I’ve seen them with my own eyes, and it’s more common than you’d imagine. It seems these guys love their cocks more than their own children sometimes – I’ve seen them outside their homes […]

Influences: Steve McCurry

One of the most iconic photographic portraits is that of the Afghan girl that featured on the cover of National Geographic magazine back in June, 1985. It certainly is a striking image, but the photographer who captured the image is no one-hit wonder. One of the photographers whose images are always at the back of […]