13.12.11 by Jeff

Adam Lampton

Photos by Adam Lampton.

Photographer Adam Lampton

Photographer Adam Lampton

Photographer Adam Lampton

Photographer Adam Lampton

Photographer Adam Lampton

Photographer Adam Lampton


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

  • lapetitefaon

    these are all absolutely gorgeous and make me desperately want to travel NOW, I especially love the desolate feeling they all share

  • the second image is the best! great work adam!

  • toastrander

    Wonderful! Where are all of these?

  • Looks like some are from Hong Kong?

  • mh.. I got a problem with the distance he choses to take pictures.
    He’s too close to the Bechers to say: he didn’t care about the rules, he’s too far away from them to say: he knows exactly what he’s doing.

    it’s hard for me to write an art-critique on english, as I don’t know the words in this language..

    however, I think there are huge problems in each of the photos, when it comes to composition.
    still a long way to go when it comes to that.

    I like the first picture though, it’s a bit imbalanced but he’s caught the boys expression in the perfect moment, there’s a lot to think and discuss about this one.

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