20.03.09 by Jeff

Luke Byrne

Photos by Luke Byrne. Australia.

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luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

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



  • Jasmine

    Aw! These are cooool! The underwater one is my favorite.

  • yea really rad, totally unlike most underwater shots you see

  • Jessie Cacciola

    i love these. perfect for a weekend mindset. thanks. –Jessie

  • wow! these are great :)

  • Great composition. I also like the way the light is treated.

  • meowmeow

    love the lomographic look and feel… if you are into that check out some of wang kar wai’s film

  • creative stuff ! yeah the underwater one is really different, the 1st picture is my favorite

  • this is the kind of photography i love.

  • Great photos! The underwater one is fantastic, great idea. I also really like the second to last one.

  • Kiera

    these are great. i love the colours. good to see an aussie photography for once! :) i think i’ve been to the place in the 3rd pic, it looks familiar .

  • helena

    I am only want to say that you should work in the cinema.
    Your work deserves movies; when I see your photograph I want to see the next…as a story.It happens in all your phothographs
    Thank you, and I am sorry if that offends you.
    helena





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