30.09.10 by Jeff

Zhang Xiao

Photos by Zhang Xiao. Chengdu, China.

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photographer zhang xiao photography

photographer zhang xiao photography

photographer zhang xiao photography

photographer zhang xiao photography

photographer zhang xiao photography

photographer zhang xiao photography

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



  • Scott

    Nice, the first one seemed sort of comical when I first saw it and I’m especially liking #6 too.

  • There is a bit of humor in most of these. I am also liking #6 & the skydive into the sea of humanity that is #1.

  • lapetitefaon

    Such a beautiful color palette! Completely fixated on photo of the man standing at the edge of dock, I don’t know why but its strangely gripping.

  • great photography!

  • yes!

  • Alex Paradis

    Solid body of work

  • mzyvette

    so excited to see works from china!
    i love these photos and i used to live next to chengdu!
    it’s a great place to have fun!

  • jennifer

    Hi – I would love to have a print of number 1 – how can I get it??
    Please email me and we can go from there. thanks and great shots.

    • mzyvette

      sorry but i dont know how to get it either““i just love this work as you do

  • ANNA

    What camera are you using for these images? They’re breathtaking..

  • Cody

    The first picture of everyone playing in the ocean is fantastically done. That composition is so well-done that it almost looks like a painting. That’s when you know you have something special.





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“Spiral #9” (1996)

 

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