21.06.08 by Jeff

Project #1 – Submissions!

Take a photo of the sun set. Instructions and submission form here.

Submissions:

Kyle Nordman | http://www.savourychef.com

Kimi Hamada

Jon Herrera

Max Jenke | http://www.endeavorsnowboards.com/maxjenke

Rob Fillo | http://www.robfillo.com

Scott Serfas | http://www.scottserfas.com

Brent Akhurst

Brian Lopiccolo | http://www.shotsringout.com

Mark Stuckert | http://www.mark-stuckert.net

LochNess | http://www.theawardtour.com

Mike Worth

esoter1c | http://www.virb.com/esoter1c

Brendon Leblanc | http://myspace.com/alteredlines

Erik Lars Petersen | http://ep2d.com

Brock Nordman

Gus Gavino | http://www.masmenos.org

Ronald Whistler | http://www.getcardedink.com

Nathan Matthews | http://www.gianthuman.com

Randy Chen

Julia Kozlov | http://juliakozlov.wordpress.com/

Angela Haugo | http://www.photoboothvancouver.com

Yves Faes-Dupont | http://www.kiokarma.com

Carrie Maniego

Bob Kronbauer | http://www.bobkronbauer.com

Andrew Chen | http://www.3sixteen.com

Todd Emel | http://www.todemel.com

Benny Gold | http://www.bennygold.com

Genevieve Strachan

Kai Strachan

Mikendo | http://www.mikendo.com

Daylan Wong | http://www.theriffraffs.ca

Neale Willis | http://www.nealewillis.co.uk

Dan Anthon | http://www.flickr.com/photos/danthon/

Andrew Maitland | http://youtube.com/watch?v=6EorW1Cvs5w

Noli Zaldivar

Jennilee Marigomen | http://www.jennileemarigomen.com

Barry Cameron

Mike Hansen

Odete | http://wickedhalo.blogspot.com

SRG | http://www.srgworks.es

Drew Taylor | http://www.kidplastik.com

Tiam Whitfield | http://www.tiamwhitfield.com

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This project is no longer open for submissions! Thanks to all who participated!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Nice redesign, it looks great!

  • Guararema – São Paulo – Brasil
    more pics flickr.com/fabiofavaro

  • Mark Stuckert

    Who’s the wad that took a photo of a photo?

  • Bob nice photo, beautiful!

  • great work everyone! i am stunned by the amazing amount of talent we have submitting already! to the very first project! expect another project to pop up by the end of next week!

  • You do what you gotta do when you don’t have a scanner…

  • Pingback: Shoot the sunset!()

  • hi jeff! is this project still open? i’d like to submit a sun photo if it’s possible.

  • yea christy the projects are all open-ended – definitely submit a photo!

  • very excited to see people are still submitting to this first project – cheers to all of you!

  • I really wanted to send a pic of twin boys… But I couldn’t find any. ba dum baa (cymbal crash)





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