27.08.08 by Jeff

Noah Kalina

Do you remember the guy who took a photo of himself everyday for 6 years and turned it into a video on Youtube? That guy was Noah Kalina and his video now has over 10 million views. For whatever reason I never looked into who he was and only discovered recently that he is actually an amazing photographer and not just some “youtube guy”.

boooom photo photography photographer noah kalina blog

boooom photo photography photographer noah kalina blog

boooom photo photography photographer noah kalina blog

boooom photo photography photographer noah kalina blog

boooom photo photography photographer noah kalina blog

In case you’re wondering, Noah is still taking self-portraits of himself too! It must get to a point where you’ve committed to something for so long that you become a little bit obsessive-compulsive about it.

http://www.noahkalina.com













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



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  • Jay Robinson

    In order of appearance above: Eric Lodwick, Reggie Watts, Zach Klein and maybe Jakob Lodwick, all of which who own vanity URLs.

  • chennergy

    nice.

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