12.11.10 by Jeff

Albrecht Tübke

“Twins”, photos by Albrecht Tübke.

photographer albrecht tubke photography

photographer albrecht tubke photography

photographer albrecht tubke photography

photographer albrecht tubke photography

photographer albrecht tubke photography













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



  • I clicked through to his website, and it turns out that it’s not just this series: ALL of his portraits have this awkward style. I enjoyed his Personae and Landscapes, but these didn’t do it for me.

    • i love the awkwardness in these photos

      • Wylie, I don’t agree. I think the “Twins” photos are more akward than the others. And I think that is because of the energy that exists between the siblings. It creates a certain distance between the viewer and the subject(s) of the photos, and this distance somehow requires the viewer to put more energy into his/her “interaction” with the photos.

  • These are fascinating.

  • jack

    kind of interesting but this has been done before and better in my opinion.

  • Albert

    this are Beautiful!!!

  • you

    my favourite portrait photographer.

  • Niko

    D3 2001’s!

    Meyhew would be proud…

  • Lin D.

    i wish i was a twin. this is awsome.

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  • Jocey

    I think these are amazing! I went to his website and i especially love the section with the youth. Very talented work





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