07.12.11 by Jeff

Jesus Madrinan

Photos by Jesus Madrinan.

Photographer Jesus Madrinan photography

Photographer Jesus Madrinan photography

Photographer Jesus Madrinan photography

Photographer Jesus Madrinan photography

Photographer Jesus Madrinan photography

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



  • They all have such a pictorical essence

  • julia

    very very great work. to isolate the single person in the mass by using an external studio kind of light. very good idea with strong effect on the viewer.
    Never seen such sensitive photography of party

  • The light is just stunning in these.

  • oh my these look like paintings!

  • Beautiful light and color treatment. They look like spontaneous situations, but somehow so carefully done.

  • These are beautiful! Reminds me of Caravaggio.

  • barry bogus

    I know that blonde guy and he is a lunatic

  • beautiful tones

  • His pictures are beyond gorgeous..I wonder what lighting he uses…Loved his film http://vimeo.com/36538830





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