15.09.09 by Jeff

Kelley Smith

Photos by Kelley Smith.

kelley smith photographer photography

kelley smith photographer photography

kelley smith photographer photography

kelley smith photographer photography

kelley smith photographer photography

kelley smith photographer photography

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



  • The sarcasm of the 4th is so great. I love when a still image can talk…

    • tduarte

      what u mean by sarcasm?
      i love it too but i dont know why…

  • Good!

  • number 3 makes me smile! :)

  • wow! all pictures are so great! the last one is my favorite.

  • lapetitefaon

    Ahh, okay animals on the back, is adore!!!

  • Really fantastic

  • WOW.

  • Kyle

    The bridge in 5 is one I always cross in Delaware when heading down route 1 from Philly to ocean city md, such a cool bridge and great to see it here.

  • 1993Lee

    图片是我喜欢的暖色调,它让我从中可以看到”快乐“这两个字。

  • Katie

    I love the look of these. I shoot mostly with film but I wish I could get my digital to come out with this softness without over editing them. Any ideas?

    • maybe just desaturate them a touch – personally i dont like photos overly retouched, less is definitely more





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