04.07.12 by Jeff

Hideaki Hamada

Photographer Hideaki Hamada
Photos by Hideaki Hamada.

Photographer Hideaki Hamada

Photographer Hideaki Hamada

Photographer Hideaki Hamada

Photographer Hideaki Hamada

Photographer Hideaki Hamada

Photographer Hideaki Hamada

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



  • Jonathan VDK

    Great images. He uses Porta so well with his subject matter choice.

  • Hanumana

    Wonderful photos!

  • michael

    any relation to you, Jeff?

  • Eva

    so beautiful 🙂

  • Elle

    Great shots!

  • Ralf

    Great set! Loved it…

  • Andrewhodgson12

    wow, amazing. 

  • OTOF_magazine

    Love his work! Did an interview with the man.
    http://www.otof.nl/hideaki-hamada
    (Sorry it’s in Dutch!)

  • lepetitfaon

    I love the photo of the father and his children in the rear-view mirror, seems like such a perfect single visual to capture parents role as the watchful protector of their children, really moving





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