05.08.09 by Jeff

Jeremy R. Jansen

Photos by Jeremy R. Jansen. Toronto.

jeremy r jansen photographer photography toronto

jeremy r jansen photographer photography toronto

jeremy r jansen photographer photography toronto

jeremy r jansen photographer photography toronto

jeremy r jansen photographer photography toronto

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



  • love this pictures, and his web page also!GREAT

  • i love these photos..they would make iDR Weekly Photo of the Week series. I wonder what the shutter speed is on the first photo?

    • Pretty fast that’s for sure – my fav image is actually the b/w one w the lens flare

      • Linovino

        Agree! I like that one also.

    • the shutter speed isn’t too important here- the flash froze the water! i’m guessing 1/250 of a second.

  • how do you think he made the first shot?

  • Linovino

    love the first one and the leaf one!

  • Yes, I like the b & w photo with the lens flare, too.

  • it looks like someone stage right threw a bucket of water between the photographer and a five piece britpop band.

  • Mary Katherine K.

    I Love first and second ones!

  • ene

    i like him 🙂
    my fave is the one with the boy at the musicstore.

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  • ahhh! great work!

  • ZK

    something about this photographer really inspires me, all his work has a flow and feel to it. the way he ties it together on his website.

  • Awesome dudes!
    Thanx for displaying the work & all your support.

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