20.04.13 by Jeff

Joseph Szabo

Photographer Joseph Szabo
“Teenage”, photos by Joseph Szabo.

Photographer Joseph Szabo

Photographer Joseph Szabo

Photographer Joseph Szabo

Photographer Joseph Szabo

Photographer Joseph Szabo

Photographer Joseph Szabo

Joseph Szabo

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



  • Name

    I do like these. There are some very cinematic-like shots here. It almost feels like some of these kids saw the camera & thought to show off. Or they “tried” to act normal & some of them failed :P But I like them. They are a window into time, & I do love photos where you can say that. Thanks for sharing man.

  • Jan

    Very impressive work. Haven’t been intrigued, interested, or moved by any of the recent photography work posted (for almost a year), but this is special.

  • rye

    there is something very timeless about these. i also like that the images seem to capture the exact moment of a thought or emotion expanding or contracting.. i love the one of the moving car blurred out but you can just tell theres a back seat full of young people just cruising.

    • ya szabo is like an unsung hero of american photography – i love his way of capturing a moment





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