23.09.09 by Jeff

Jeff Luker

Photos by Jeff Luker. New York City.

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jeff luker photographer photography nyc

jeff luker photographer photography nyc

jeff luker photographer photography nyc

jeff luker photographer photography nyc

jeff luker photographer photography nyc

jeff luker photographer photography nyc

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



  • Tess

    amazing ! first and forth ones are just, wow.

  • Wow! The first pic is amazing!

  • I love love love that first photo.

  • lapetitefaon

    WOWWWWW, these are insanely colorful! and intense! and loud! and beautiful! Especially as this set, amazing together!

  • Cindy

    Oh wow, these photos are stunning.
    I love the effect on all of them

  • The first photo and the bear photo are my favorites.

  • Thanks for posting him! I went to his website, and all of his photographs are amazing. :)

  • Cho-Wai Ben Fung

    The first and last photos are especially awesome! All of them great!

  • Each photograph is completely unique, yet together they create such an amazing storyboard.

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  • very very good photos.

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  • that 2nd picture makes me feel so alive. and coincidentally i was listening to this…

    Boom Jinx + Andrew Bayer – To The Six
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlA2O33gHx4&

  • cool

  • Lauren

    Amazing photography

  • IsaElena

    I looked at these photographs with “Mothersbaugh’s Canon” by Mark Mothersbaugh playing in the background and it was magical.

    • i loooove his score for that film





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