02.04.12 by Jeff

Kanoa Zimmerman

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography
“Free Dive”, photos by Kanoa Zimmerman.

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

Photographer Kanoa Zimmerman photography

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



  • woh……

  • stunning

  • alinazarzar

    wow, these are incredible! What a good idea to put it into white/black, it gives the pictures a surreal sense. Congrats!

    • Erin

      The black & white is so perfect.

      • alex

        they remind me of the spear fishing part in 20,000 leagues under the sea

    • yea it makes it seem like another planet!

  • That first one is magic.

  • These could make really awesome drawings too.

  • Ztuart

    Geez Louise. TAIKANA!

  • Em

    The first and third ones are absolutely stunning – I love the idea of taking underwater photos in black and white. It’s breathtaking.

  • alex

    one of the best photo sets i’ve seen in awhile.

  • Spectacular

  • Nat

    They all sooo GOOOOOODDDD

  • TOASTRANDER

    Shittits! These are beautiful! The grain is so wonderful…makes them look like aquatint prints.

  • These are really amazing!!!

  • Yes to black & white film. I picked up a nikonos V recently and need to put it to use!

    The first one is absolutely amazing.

  • Ted

    Killed it, these kind of images are why I still have faith in photography.

  • unique perspective!

  • Joey

    craaaaaaaaaazy

  • Jordan Siron

    These pictures are absolutely stunning, though I think the 1st and 3rd are my favorites. The sense of isolation in the first photograph is so palpable.

  • Nice! My brother does this down in Florida. I am sooo going with him next time.

  • These are incredible!

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  • The gradient in the first image contributes to the play of light versus dark in a black and white image. Truly world class.

  • All of these are beautiful!!

  • lepetitfaon

    other worldly!





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