01.04.09 by Jeff

Catalina Bartolome

I like these photos by Catalina Bartolome in which her subjects’ faces are almost always hidden from view. Kinda like Ye Rin Mok.

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catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

catalina bartolome photographer photography

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



  • ah I love these, especially the first one with the balloons!

  • gahhhh!! stunning!

  • so beautiful!
    so frustrating!

  • really neat style

  • so c.

    the shoulder blade boobs are awesome. haha

  • Kiera

    haha. interesting! i like the first two and the people on the road . lol :)

  • sweet leggings in the last one, and i agree with So C. shoulder blade boobs… sexy haha.

  • very very creative style, this is a great series

  • eerily brilliant! love the first 2… (shoulder boobs = strange)

  • Very creative. The way the shots are framed add to the dynamic of the photographs.

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  • Mic

    real funky Photos!
    I like them :-)
    Respect





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