15.04.11 by Jeff

Elizabeth Johnson

Photos by Elizabeth Johnson.

photographer elizabeth angela johnson

photographer elizabeth angela johnson

photographer elizabeth angela johnson

photographer elizabeth angela johnson

photographer elizabeth angela johnson













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



  • Beautiful atmosphere in the first and fourth. A palpable feeling of waking up.

  • The use of light in these is really awesome.

  • Amazing!!

  • I love the narrative

  • Beautiful imagery..will have to check out Elizabeth Johnson’s work.

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  • lapetitefaon

    soooooo cinematic, the first is just gorgeous, but of course the animals! Love the look in their eyes

  • Wow, thanks so so so so much, I really appreciate this more than you can imagine…taking photos that make people feel something is all I can dream to do!

    • and you do it well! a pleasure to feature you elizabeth! beautiful work

  • Claire

    These are so amazing! I love your work Elizabeth!

  • sepanta

    First photo is the most beautiful picture I’ve ever seen

  • tochkaszapyatoy

    this is just marvelous! Thank you Elizabeth, for these amazing works, which really make sense!

  • ALICKS RENEE

    I agree with SEPANTA. Definitely.

  • emily

    They are beautiful, the colours are perfect.

  • Michael

    so fantastic

  • Bhargavi

    The black & white portraiture of the lady is very striking.

  • i looove the horse <3





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