04.07.11 by Jeff

Noah Kalina

Photos by Noah Kalina.

Photographer Noah Kalina

Photographer Noah Kalina

Photographer Noah Kalina

Photographer Noah Kalina

Photographer Noah Kalina

Photographer Noah Kalina













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



  • http://www.tatemillerton.com Tate Foley

    This was the dude that did the 6-year video, which overshadowed a lot of his other work, which is more amazing than the video.

    • lapetitefaon

      oh yes! I JUST watched that for the first time the other day after seeing the Simpson parody of it! I kind of loved the video! But you’re right these are amazing (love the girl at the beach)

  • http://alakazander.com Alex

    dudes got skills. And a sick sense of finding cool stuff, like that tree covered in snow and ice.

  • http://juenology.wordpress.com/ Mary Sohn

    HAPPY 4th of July = says the first photo.

  • http://www.mp-webdesign.co.uk Kelly

    I love how each image has a bold focal point and some of which aren’t easy to find in every day life such as the shining object in the field and that incredible snow covered tree – it almost looks like a mushroom cloud at first glance. I think the second image of the plant is my favourite simply for the greens against the blue sky, it really stands out and the plant in itself is really interesting.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/weshotleilei Lei Lei

    surrealism

  • http://www.cargocollective.com/andrewplotsky andrew

    dang.

  • Lea

    First I thought these photos were paintings due to the amazing colours. Very nice motives!

  • http://anijanka.tumlr.com Anne

    Awesome pictures :) I like the one with the woman.

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  • http://mariafulmer.com Maria

    Gorgeous and surreal. 1 and 4 have my heart.

  • http://dhehcah-storyoftips.blogspot.com Dhecah

    Thank information, like this





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