17.03.09 by Jeff

Christina Maria Oswald

Photos by Christina Maria Oswald. This first image is really interesting, it looks like light shining through little pinholes. I need to dig up more information.

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christina maria oswald photography photographer

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



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  • First of all congratulations for all BOOOOOOOOM! Project!!! It’s just amazing having such a great place where finding new visual (and so addictive) material all the time!!!

    Seeing this, it reminded me to Danie Buetti… (specially first photo):
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_R4bDDgSUj2g/SC5UJKEHY6I/AAAAAAAAGVQ/ZzYrxCXOPng/s400/Buetti_Why_Reincarnation_278.jpg

    http://www.hilger.at/1414_DE-30012008-301-how-far-away-am-I-from-death-80×101-cm-8-100.jpeg

    Congrats again and greets!!

  • Great work. I love that image inside the tent. I’m curious to whether or not she shoots with film or digital.

    Christina’s site has some additional work that’s equally as good.

  • yea i like that tent on

    Virtues and Vices – great links i haven’t seen that work before

  • Really great stuff. Beautiful.

  • Chr

    hey!
    i really like your site and i´m checking it regularly…so thanks for featuring my work! and thanks for the nice comments(:

    concerning the first pic: those are pinholes and light shining through, yes…it´s a detail of a photo of mine that i then photographed again. i know daniel buetti´s cool work but concerning the pinhole thing i just discovered his pics afterwards.
    photos 1,2,5,6, 8 are shot with a digital reflex cam and 3,4, 7 are shot with an analog reflex cam. generally i like to use analog as well as digital…depends…

    thanks again and keep it up!

    christina

  • great work christina! thanks for all the information

  • Love the phtos & the familiar connection!
    The website is very interesting 😉

  • Wow, these are amazing! I love images of shape and color without much context… very cool! -B

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