25.04.12 by Jeff

Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb
Photos by Cody Cobb.

Photographer Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb

Photographer Cody Cobb

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



  • Ashley Tamber

    These are so bright, I love them!

  • Luk

    is this vector or photo? which kind of cam?

    • i dont know what you mean by vector – but these are photos 

    • Octo

       yashica t4 with kodak porta 400

  • I’ve loved Cody’s work for quite some time, glad he’s being featured on here!!

  • Sascha

    Zoinks these are evocative. That house, that house….so mysterious.

  • Cody’s the man.

  • i love everything about these! the color is beautiful

  • These are great, I love the one with these mountain goats. He creates wonderful atmospheres with that vignetting technique.

  • Martin Brinks

    Brilliant. There’s an unreal feeling to them, as if they were miniature landscapes all conjured up without the use of swing-tilt. They are simply stunning!

  • These are amazing!! I especially love the second one!!

  • nagromo5000

    Beautiful work – so inspiring!

  • lepetitfaon

    the mountain with the goats on it, too much! These have some total otherworld quality about them, fantastic!





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