20.03.09 by Jeff

Luke Byrne

Photos by Luke Byrne. Australia.

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

luke byrne phtographer photography

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.

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

    yea really rad, totally unlike most underwater shots you see

  • Jessie Cacciola

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

  • http://thebreadcrumb.blogspot.com/ Esther Maria Swaty

    wow! these are great :)

  • http://www.chrisorama.com Chris

    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

    • http://missstbm.blogbus.com/ anittle

      i think so

  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

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

  • http://www.joreid.blogspot.com jonathan reid sevigny

    this is the kind of photography i love.

  • http://www.theilliteratekniferack.com/ The Illiterate Knife Rack

    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.

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