08.02.10 by Jeff

David La Spina

Photos by David La Spina. New York.

david la spina photographer photography new york

david la spina photographer photography new york

david la spina photographer photography new york

david la spina photographer photography new york

david la spina photographer photography new york

david la spina photographer photography new york

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



  • oh my god…
    the first one

  • Holy cow. That first photo is blowing my mind.

  • Ah, cool- I just met David last semester at school. He’s friends with one of my photography teachers. Real cool guy.

  • these are all really great

  • The colors in the first are magical!

  • ben

    my new crush

  • Jason Dorweiler

    Great long exposures. Always seem to bring out a dream like state of some kind.

  • What are these taken on? Looks kind of like xpro-ed Velvia?

    • Thanks everyone for the compliments!

      These are all taken on either a Maymiya RZ with 75 Shift or a Hasselblad 150mm, 60mm, 160NC, overexposed, printed way too dark! C-prints, scanned.

      David

  • lapetitefaon

    Whoa, I love absolutely love the first and the last two.





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