16.10.08 by Jeff

Gemma Booth

Some really fun photography from Gemma Booth. Apparently fashion photography doesn’t always have to include a bunch of naked girls! It must be pretty tough for Booth to take a bad picture when her shoots are so fantastically art-directed and brilliantly styled. Love the series with the little robot!

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boooooom photography photographer gemma booth blog vancouver

boooooom photography photographer gemma booth blog vancouver

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boooooom photography photographer gemma fashion booth blog vancouver

boooooom photography photographer fashion gemma booth blog vancouver

boooooom photography photographer fashion gemma booth blog vancouver

boooooom photography photographer fashion gemma booth blog vancouver

boooooom photography photographer fashion gemma booth blog vancouver

boooooom photography photographer fashion gemma booth blog vancouver

This work is a breath of fresh air! See more of Gemma Booth’s work here:

http://www.gemmabooth.com

And get familiar with her blog here:

http://gemmabooth.blogspot.com/













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



  • http://www.brokinnglish.com miltsky

    Word up man! Great photographic series, and “We don’t have to take our… clothes off, to have a good time… no no” I just thought of that song to your comment. True indeed, creativity far outweighs T&A.

    Oh, and if those are BOOOOOOOM Stickers gimme some. I gotta come up yo!

    peace.

  • http://www.alteredlines.com/ altered lines

    LOve the robot photos!

  • http://blog.twenty2wo.com adam

    brilliant set! great tones and i agree the robot series is awesome.

  • http://www.gemmacorrell.com gemma (correll)

    GO gemmas!

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    haha Gemmas! it’s been a good week for Gemmas.

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  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

    niiice !!! wonderful use of costumes 😀 I love this kind of photography

  • emily rugburn

    oh my god! increadible…..
    I fricken love this girl!

  • http://www.waynewebb.com Wayne

    Gemma takes the good stuff and leaves all the the crap behind!

  • http://daydreamlily.blogspot.com daydream lily

    wow. Ive seen her images around, but never knew who the photographer was. Thanks for this!!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      i love when that happens! i often see cool images on ffffound and eventually stumble upon the creator of the image

  • Shelly

    the photos of the girls with their hair over their face then the next one with it flicked up- is fun.

  • Isa

    Love it!

    I wish I had a little robot pal.

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  • Frankie

    WOW, what filters do you use on your cameras? and if it’s not a filter, what effect is it? i LOVE the colours, it’s so lovely.

  • http://www.stela9.blogspot.com Stela 9

    Obsessed with the first image!!!

    Check out our SS 2012 Lookbook and repost if you’d like.
    I think you’ll LOVE our bags! http://stela9.blogspot.com/2011/12/stela-9-ss-2012-lookbook.html

  • http://www.stela9.blogspot.com stela 9

    I’m obsessed with first image!!!

    Check out our SS 2012 Lookbook and repost if you’d like. I think you’ll LOVE our bags! http://stela9.blogspot.com/2011/12/stela-9-ss-2012-lookbook.html





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