Top 10 of 2012

Wow…what a year it has been! Insane would be an understatement…

As I mentioned in this same post a year ago, 2012 promised to be a year of massive change for me personally and professionally. And boy, it didn’t disappoint! So, shortly after getting married at the end of 2011, Amanda and I worked tirelessly to launch our joint commercial photography venture: doublespace photography. This meant that we set out to migrate from our own individual styles to combine them into a single creative vision. It also meant developing a brand new common portfolio that departed quite radically from what I had accustomed you to. So now, instead of being a predominantly landscape photographer, we have grown into a more complete package and have further developed our portraiture and architectural skills…which means that this year’s top 10 will display some of that departure. The selection this year, features some of my solo work along with work developed with my partner in crime Amanda…so without further ado, the top 10.

In the meantime I want to thank you for your continued support throughout the years and wish you all a fabulous 2013!

 

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6 Responses to Top 10 of 2012

  1. Gorgeous stuff, dude!! Happy New Year!

  2. Younes says:

    Thanks Christian! Happy New Year to you too!

  3. Bret Edge says:

    Holy cow, Younes – you were a busy man! I’m struck by the diversity of your images. I know some great landscape photographers, some talented portrait photographers and some amazing architecture photographers but you’re the only one I know who can do them all exceedingly well. Congrats on a HUGE year, my friend. Wishing you and Amanda a happy, healthy and prosperous new year!

  4. Rob Tilley says:

    Great set of images Younes. Happy New Year and Happy Shooting in 2013!

  5. Richard Wong says:

    Diverse set of work, Younes, and yet it all fits together in this selection. You have a very strong sense of design. Cheers to 2013.

  6. As someone has probably said, this kind of collaboration is always exciting, yet challenging, but especially with a simultaneous new marriage, oh, and collaborating with your marriage partner, wow, impressive… and impressive results photographically. I like the way you combine beauty and grit in a number of the images including the landscapes. Hard to pick favorites. I like them all.