21.07.09 by Jeff

Natascha Libbert

Photos by Natascha Libbert. Holland.

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natascha libbert photographer photography

natascha libbert photographer photography

natascha libbert photographer photography

natascha libbert photographer photography

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

  • Justin

    Nice Pictures. I love how everything isn’t centered. Makes for good photography! <3

  • I love the use of the rule of thirds. 🙂 My favesies.

  • natasha

    i love the one with the tree
    its so interesting

  • number 4 is great!

  • i’m lovin’ these images!

  • Courtney

    I’m with Natasha, there’s something about that tree picture! Very simple yet amazing.

  • Courtney

    p.s. just checked out her website – some beautiful photographs.

  • mike

    i like how the flight crew and baseball team are caught, crew posing for a picture but not the main object of the image, plane becomes a part of the group almost, and the team in prayer but the quiet on the field is also caught. nice.

  • i really like the first one

  • Aw, Jeff did a good job of contrasting the glamourous picture (1) with a homeless like person lying on the ground. The tree is amazingly cool and unreal.

  • Zoe

    I really like these. I love photos that slyly use the rule of thirds.

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