06.10.09 by Jeff

Kimberly Sikyea

Photos by Kimberly Sikyea.

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kimberly sikyea photographer photography

kimberly sikyea photographer photography

kimberly sikyea photographer photography

kimberly sikyea photographer photography

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



  • Blake

    These are great, what type of camera were these photos taken with?

  • http://gasbit.wordpress.com/ Joseph

    The first two photographs are great!

  • http://saraperovic.carbonmade.com sara

    oh something dreamlike!!!

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    i can’t get over that first double exposure, one of the finest i’ve seen

    • http://gasbit.wordpress.com/ Joseph

      Yeah I agree, that double exposure is incredible

  • Milda

    1st !!!!!

  • jonathan

    gibs?

  • http://nisheedhi.posterous.com nisheedhi

    Great pictures.My favourite is the last one.The double exposure one too is lovely .The soft color tones in the sleeping girl are captivating

  • janushouemagnussen

    I really like the first one, beautifully done

  • Anny

    the first one makes me want to crawl out of my skin

  • corneliushercules

    …wow.
    that first photo is of me.
    that was unexpected.

  • corina

    i REALLY love these. mystical.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaypanelo/ panelomo

    what film? camera?

  • http://www.kimberlysikyea.blogspot.com kimberly sikyea

    hey there. thanks.
    most of these were taken with a ‘nikkormat 35mm’
    and kodak gold 200 film!

  • emily

    i used to dislike double exposures but now they are growing on me, especially the first picture here, it is beautifuly nostalgic. Third is also wonderful, it somehow captures my imagination

  • http://www.backsidefive.com Joe

    Big fan of the first pic. Nicely done with the dual images!





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