11.02.11 by Jeff

Klea McKenna

“Slow Burn” photos by Klea McKenna. San Francisco.

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography

Photographer Klea McKenna photography













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



  • Wow! I’d love to learn how to do this!

  • Very interesting work!

  • It is nice to see a photographer working with film.

  • Did you guys really cut up film and then scan it in? Is that how you did it? That’s given me a thousand new ideas!

  • Sarah

    What did you do them, exactly? I think explanation, if you used a unique process, for instance, might serve to make this a more interesting post.

  • Z0NU5

    Love these. Great work.

  • fm

    fontana

  • Go on her website and read. She has a short description that goes into a little detail about her process. These posts aren’t made by the artist.

  • great!

  • Joseph Shea

    7 and 9, WOAH!

  • igor

    wow. wow. wow. This is incredible.

  • !





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