02.10.12 by Jeff

Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton
Photos by Jessica Eaton. I can’t fully comprehend all of what goes into making these images but from what I gather it involves a 4×5 film camera, and some combination of multiple exposures, filters, and masks. These effects are produced in-camera.

Photographer Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton

Photographer Jessica Eaton

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



  • this is the father of most photography posts to have ever made it here.

  • I’m so confused.
    is she splitting up light with a crystal or something?
    There must have been a lot of work in printing

  • no, they are still life from wood and cardboard forms.

    http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lz1buqUgcI1qbs23do1_500.jpg

    • that isn’t one of the images i’ve posted. if you read up about her there are interviews where she talks about her process. these are photos.

  • Wow! what a beautiful mind fuck! i can’t imagine how one would go about doing this. incredible!
     

  • Cecilia Majzoub

    At first glance I had no idea these were photographs. So beautifully done. incredibly painterly as well.
    http://ceciliamajzoub.com

  • Tylersnazelle

    wow…what…





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