16.06.09 by Jeff

Lukasz Wierzbowski

Photos by Lukasz Wierzbowski.

Lukasz Wierzbowski photography photographer neon tambourine flickr

Lukasz Wierzbowski photography photographer neon tambourine flickr

Lukasz Wierzbowski photography photographer neon tambourine flickr

Lukasz Wierzbowski photography photographer neon tambourine flickr

Lukasz Wierzbowski photography photographer neon tambourine flickr

Lukasz Wierzbowski photography photographer neon tambourine flickr













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



  • Larmoire

    Hm. American Dream, 20 years before.

  • nice. i like these. kinda got a Stephen Waddell feel, but younger and more playful!

  • emily

    very good. very calm. the girl in the second one looks almost mesmorised. it is a lovely image

  • Anny

    The lighting is incredible. I love it.

  • i feel like if you can find a sick location like these, anyone can take these pictures.

    • try!

    • matt

      yea don’t be bitter, just do it BETTER! setting is just as much a part of photograhy as clicking the shutter!

    • finding a location isn’t hard; finding the perfect location is. you gotta think about it.

  • Fancy Yamyam

    my lovely theme..
    fine peas!

  • his stuff is really awesome. There’s an interview with him in issue 06 of Hook and Line. You can read it here http://www.hookandlinemag.com/p/read.html





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