17.04.09 by Jeff

Brice Matson

Brice Matson photography.

brice matson photography photographer

brice matson photography photographer

brice matson photography photographer

brice matson photography photographer

brice matson photography photographer

brice matson photography photographer













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



  • lightness

  • wow!!

  • karolina

    sadness

  • Parker

    Such soft light, fantastic.

  • Love the guy walking, looks like its on the ocean. The cross is scary just like church is…haha

  • Maciel

    These are incredibly moody. Like everyone else, I love the soft lighting.

  • Great Job!

  • Great photographs, I love the last one especially. Amazing use of light and composition

  • It seems like lots of the photos getting posted on here adhere to one style: this kind of washed out, film grain, minimal style that doesn’t really document much but emptiness and pretty spaces. I’m not saying it’s bad, on the contrary.
    How about something new for a change?

    • dale

      I kind of agree with Hudson, while this style is really interesting, it can be taken for granted after seeing so many. Personally I like it when the photographer has set up the shot or spots something clever more than recognizing you’re in the right place at the right time and can frame a picture.

  • sarah

    anyone have an idea of what kind of camera this is shot with?

  • I just love minimalist photos… the guy on the ocean made my jaw drop.





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