14.05.09 by Jeff

Lukas Wierzbowski

Photos by Lukas Wierzbowski.

Lukas Wierzbowski photographer photography

Lukas Wierzbowski photographer photography

Lukas Wierzbowski photographer photography

Lukas Wierzbowski photographer photography

Lukas Wierzbowski photographer photography

Lukas Wierzbowski photographer photography

Lukas Wierzbowski photographer photography













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



  • these are great. i like the filter they have applied to them makes em look like old expired polaroids. OR maybe they ARE old expired polaroids?!

    • there’s a filter for old expired polaroids??! is nothing sacred!? they ARE great photos and light.

      • Tiger

        no, there isn’t a filter for “Polaroid effect” as far a I know, but I don’t think, trying to duplicate a style on photo shop is bad. these might have been digital pictures instead of film. they still are great pictures nonetheless.

  • These are gorgeous.

  • emily

    They’re all pretty good but the one of the tree is mindblowing

  • NVA

    very cool effect…

  • very nice

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  • feel good photography!

  • i love the angles.

  • Michelle

    great pictures, love the colours

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  • ALli

    the light is so perfect and well… wonderful!

  • tiffany

    He shoots with film. These are from his neon.tambourine film only project

    • tiffany

      my bad I meant his fakeneverland project





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