19.07.11 by Jeff

Barbara Crane

“Private Views”, photos by Barbara Crane.

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

Private Views photo series by photographer Barbara Crane

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



  • I just saw the booty shorts with the heart picture on Tumblr, it’s my favorite picture ever! So happy I know who took it now!

  • thanks.
    At least it’s good to see a real 80’s style,
    not like those who pretend now ; the real.

  • mp

    It’s amazing how expressive hands can be.

  • So very intimate. Reminds me of Nan Goldin. Fantastic shots!

  • nice

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  • ALICKS RENEE

    GREAT GREAT SHOTS. Love the way she looks at everything.

  • lapetitefaon

    these are sooo beautiful! love the intimacy in the second

  • almost a sense of voyeurism
    also it’s refreshing to see people dressed like that without a hint of irony

  • Sebastian

    Interesting !

  • 1993LEE

    暧昧的图片,温暖的人。

  • I think I just found a new favorite photographer!





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