18.06.12 by Jeff

Patrick Driscoll

Photographer Patrick Driscoll photography
Photos by Patrick Driscoll, love his compositions.

Photographer Patrick Driscoll photography

Photographer Patrick Driscoll photography

Photographer Patrick Driscoll photography

Photographer Patrick Driscoll photography

Photographer Patrick Driscoll photography













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



  • Joshua Mathews

    Any use of strobes?

    • maybe Patrick will drop in and share some info for you!

  • Patrick

    Joshua,

    Strobes were used for some of these. I like to avoid using them, though.

    Thank you Jeff!

  • Lochlangillis

    These shots are absolutely stunning!





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