17.06.09 by Jeff

Cristin Sloan

Photos by Cristin Sloan. More emerging talent straight outta the Booooooom Flickr Pool. This first shot is gorgeous.

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cristin sloan photographer photographer

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

  • Larmoire

    second one and third one, ach, awesome.

  • Brilliant shots.

  • tom

    awsomeley good 🙂 !

  • emily

    first one is pure, unadulterated awesome

  • magnific! cannot stop smiling. really.

  • i love the last one.
    the colors are great!

  • i love the way the water is swallowing her face, its incredible

  • That’s my girl 😉
    I love you Cristin, great job

  • lapetitefaon

    Bwaaaaaaah the first one is like holy epic!!!

  • Surely the first one has cinematic drama! but my respect goes out the the tree shot. not a lot of people will understand what it takes to see such a pure and simple composition. Brilliant.

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  • I think really good photos are ones that you can relate too. This first one i really bond with, so many memories as a child on the lake and in the water. Really great shot. Love the water line perspective.

  • i can feel the soft water in that first photograph. i am in love with it!

  • Samm

    These are so brilliant.
    I feel like you and I should be friends.
    Oh WAIT, we are! Hahaha. This is Samm.

    But seriously, this amount of aesthetic is hard to come by. You are so good at taking beautiful photographs.

  • Kari J

    Pretty sure I LOVE YOU! ha ha Your pictures are Awesome and so are you we need to hang out outside of the crust!

    PS I am trying to find you on the book of face…no success yet

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Check out more images below or on display at the Makerversity Amsterdam space from October 28 until November 14.

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