09.03.09 by Jeff

Harry Mitchell

London-based photographer, Harry Mitchell.

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harry mitchell photographer photography london

harry mitchell photographer photography london

harry mitchell photographer photography london

harry mitchell photographer photography london

harry mitchell photographer photography london

harry mitchell photographer photography london

harry mitchell photographer photography london













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



  • Me gusta mucho :]

  • I love the way Henry composes the images. He seems to freeze time at the exact moment, making the viewer feel as if they were there.

  • damn that first boy be super fine. wonderful photos!

  • amazing usages of lightning and colors here!

  • great portraits !

  • louis

    i agree with Chris, i think henry has done an amazing job here, i really do appreciate henry’s use of cameratography and his ziallistic approach to colors. keep it up henry!
    top sport.

  • John Rogerstone

    Yes Henry’s photos are very interesting. I love the natural look. Well done Henry!

  • ben

    when i grow up, i wanna be like that Henry dude.





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