08.04.11 by Jeff

Adam Ekberg

Photos by Adam Ekberg.

photographer adam ekberg

photographer adam ekberg

photographer adam ekberg

photographer adam ekberg

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



  • The beer bottle pic…wow!

  • Conceptual but nice overall. Very even lights.

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    • Felix Acuna

      I don’t know too much about art, so, could you explain why you used the word “but” after conceptual?

  • ALICKS

    ADMIRING THE BEAUTY.

  • Ralfana

    Omg the fourth one is simply genious!

  • the tension of the moment in each image is almost tangible.

  • touch it in the mirror!!!

  • Emma

    this is an amazing set…right up my alley.

  • lapetitefaon

    YES! to all! especially the third and the fourth, perfect moments!

  • what great imagery. So simple yet feels so profound.

  • I love the magic in the stillness

  • ruru

    Am I the only one thinking Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam on the first one? :D

    • i believe thats what he was goin for

  • first thing i saw was through the looking glass…then creation.

  • kllybrkn

    I adore the simplicity. 





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