22.09.11 by Jeff

Matthew Tammaro

Photos by Matthew Tammaro.

Photographer Matthew Tammaro photography

Photographer Matthew Tammaro photography

Photographer Matthew Tammaro photography

Photographer Matthew Tammaro photography

Photographer Matthew Tammaro photography

Photographer Matthew Tammaro photography

 













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



  • Beautiful atmospheres.

  • The dark colours really set the mood. Although the last image doesn’t fit as well due to the flash, I like the others because they are all taken at dusk/dawn. My favourite photos are the first two, the first because of the effect the water has on the man’s body and the second because of the colours on the water and the silhouette of the person and boat.

  • These are actually so amazing!

  • Great work, awesome, I love the settings, ad this warm/cold autumn collors, and bit defused pictures that you can get great when you use a analog camera, still awesomr work, But I do agree with Kelly up there, don’t get me wromg, the photo si great, but I see it as a part of a different series….———

  • Lauren V.

    that first one…my god! so good!

  • lapetitefaon

    the first ahhhhh, really, its perfect

  • Ralfana

    Very nice, i still cant stop looking to them… i feel like teleported to some other reality…





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Subject, Object, Abject (2006) – Chair, wooden shavings from chair legs

 

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