03.03.09 by Jeff

Neil Krug

Photos by Neil Krug.

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neil krug photographer photography

neil krug photographer photography

neil krug photographer photography

neil krug photographer photography

neil krug photographer photography

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



  • http://www.jolinras.com Jolin

    probably one of my favorite photo posts so far on this blog. This is some really good stuff… love the expired film he uses, surprised he does not have a site yet. He has worked with some good names.. but really nicely shot images.

  • Maciel

    I wonder how he got the little girl’s “ghost image” in the first photo?

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      double exposure!

  • http://www.jolinras.com Jolin

    yeye, double exposures are the illest, and if your even more pro try triple.

  • http://blog.annachristine.com Anna

    beautiful, love this look thanks for the post!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/midnightmountain Aroken Barrows

    excellente!

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  • Jordan

    anyone have any idea how old the film he used might have been? 10 years+?

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  • http://www.christopherlmorris.com christopher l.

    just stumbled upon krug’s work and i love the images… very beautiful.. fresh… fantastic!

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  • http://www.slingluffgallery.com/preview.html Leigh Slingluff

    Neil Krug is showing at The Slingluff Gallery this month! Artist Reception is Sept. 18th from 6-9p. 11 W. Girard Ave Philadelphia.

    Neil’s work is amazing. He will be showing work from many of his various projects.





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