27.03.09 by Jeff

Camil Tulcan

Photos by Camil Tulcan. This first one is brilliant.

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



  • NVA

    I agree with you….

  • Matt

    The second one is beautiful! Well done.

  • Beautiful.Your concepts and execution are both really excellent. I also agree about that second picture, it is one of my new favorites. A Renaissance master couldn’t have done it better.

  • m

    I have to say, at least of the photos selected here, the only one that seems out of place is the stuffed animal shot. the others have a surreal quality that plays with landscape and light that is so dreamy and gorgeous.

  • P

    Although, if you look at the setting the stuffed animals are in, it begins to take on a surreal quality.

  • I love each of these photos. The stuffed animal one made me smile and chortle a bit, particularly, as P said, because of the contrast between the clean bright teddies and the filthy piles of debris. And that odd baroque balustrade.

  • john

    dope!

  • yum

  • Roxana

    i like the forth one. the motion is unusual.

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  • love all of them





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