03.02.12 by Jeff

Eric Cahan

Photographer Eric Cahan
“Sky Series”, photos by Eric Cahan.

Photographer Eric Cahan

Bridgehampton, NY – Sunset 7:48pm.

Photographer Eric Cahan

The Dunes, Amagansette, NY – Sunset 6:47pm.

Photographer Eric Cahan

San Paulo, Brazil – Sunrise 6:55am.

Photographer Eric Cahan

Fort Pond Bay, Montauk, NY – Sunset 8:10pm.

Photographer Eric Cahan

Sea Cliff, San Francisco, CA – Sunrise 6:57am.

Photographer Eric Cahan

Dune Road, Southampton, NY – Sunset 7:33pm.

Photographer Eric Cahan

Sag Harbor, NY – Sunset 7:33pm.

 

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



  • MAX

    So simple, but so beautiful..
    Makes me want to go travel again!

  • Very cool.

  • very beautiful photos!

    XOXO,

    wiebkembg.blogspot.com

  • These are lovely. I particularly like the San Francisco one.

  • oh these are gorgeous. especially all together.

  • Beautiful! Very exciting work!

  • TOASTRANDER

    Mmmm :}

  • vishal

    interesting how the process is done on these photos,

  • Oh wow these are fascinating ! I guess that the fact that you only have a piece of sky within the frame of the picture makes it even more beautiful, it’s like a sample of pure beauty :)

  • Aaah, peace^^

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  • Ben

    Mother Nature wrote the code for the gradient tool.

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  • Richard Chalmers

    Beautiful.





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