12.03.09 by Jeff

Lindsay Josal

Lindsay Josal photography. Some lomo, some polaroid, some 35mm, a little bit of everything. I always wanted this one, with the multiple lenses that splits the photos vertically.

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm

lindsay josal photographer photography lomo polaroid 35mm













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



  • Jasmine

    Gosh, these are lovely. I love the polaroid one.

    • yea there’s a ton of polaroids on her Flickr

  • Johan

    great photos, I especially like the one with the boat and the mountains…

  • Very nice touch. Her polaroids are awesome. I also agree with Johan, that mountain shot is awesome.

  • love the

    nieshirt shot. so cool. would be aweosme blown up big and framed.

    nice.





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