24.03.09 by Jeff

Zach Genin

Photos by Zach Genin. Baltimore.

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zach genin photography photographer hellosunrise flickr

zach genin photography photographer hellosunrise flickr

zach genin photography photographer hellosunrise flickr

zach genin photography photographer hellosunrise flickr

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



  • Jasmine

    Haha these are fun.

  • that first one is sooooooo good

  • daniela.

    ♥ the squirrel, jaja

  • pic #3- as a kid, those things were so much fun to play with, i could never get my fingers out…

    • what was the trick for getting your fingers out, i remember the more you pulled the tighter it became. was the trick to push closer together?

  • MARS

    I take pictures like the first one when i go to partys with my camera phone, but i usually make it look like im touching a girls butt or boobs from across the room. im glad to see someone else is doing it in a non perverted way.

    • hehe.. awesome!

  • jen

    i love his photos!
    the rainbow in a jar (on his website) is amazing.

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  • The composition of the finger trap photograph is great.

  • corriemae

    i absolutely love the squirrel picture!

  • emily

    there’s something really lovley about the finger trap one.
    jar is awesome

  • emily

    I love the simplicity of the rainbow jar picture. the fact that you can see a slight line of the table it’s sitting on makes it that much more creative





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