15.02.10 by Jeff

Anastasia Cazabon

Photos by Anastasia Cazabon.

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

Photographer Anastasia Cazabon photography

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

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

    love these

  • http://www.relativeblissphotography.com/ Bliss

    I love the shots you’ve taken! They inspire me to focus more and more on my own photography!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ptitelae/ ..Lae..

    she is fantastic..i love her work..

  • http://www.ambulantic.com ambulantic

    these are very effective for me. lots of anxiety. love the way they don’t reveal much of what is actually happening.

  • http://www.someperfectworld.tumblr.com Maya

    very nice. love the relaxed angles.

  • Matt

    Awesome photos, very visceral textures

  • Maw

    These are oil paintings.

  • cassidy

    all really beautiful photographs. meaningful. good find!

  • Kent Juliff

    The first two, one especially, look like they could be paintings.

    • Matt

      “The first two, one especially, look like they could be paintings.”

      – I agree. I think that’s partly because there is such a subtle degree and wide range of colors that you don’t see on many photos. Most photographs either turn lighter shades completely white or darker ones completely black… one of the few ways a painting from life can be more true to the eye than your average photo is picking up those subtle lights and darks.

  • lapetitefaon

    Yes agree with everyone! First one completely looks like a painting! So soft and beautiful! These are really special!

  • stephen

    these are “beautiful” and precious as personal memories, but what kinds of meaning can you find as a viewer? they seem a little open ended: fragility and story book femininity? my favorite is the curtain blowing aimlessly in the wind. the others, however, have too much drama and too little information.

  • http://selinaloveshard.blogspot.com selina

    it’s stuff like this that reminds me of why i like taking pictures…

  • i

    can someone help me? what is the point of all this photography?

    it is aesthetically enjoyable, but beyond that…

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      do you mean photography in general or these photos in particular?

      to me these go beyond aesthetics, there are stories here, i find the images really poetic – are there examples of other photography that you do enjoy? trying to understand where you’re coming from

  • Vrajka

    these are like sun-unique.

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