23.06.09 by Jeff

Yoann Lemoine

Photos by Yoann Lemoine. Paris/NY.

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



  • Miss Marisa

    fantastical vintage dream photos

  • panelomo

    what camera? film?

  • love the softness of the first image!

  • what camera? film? x 2

  • So it is beautiful…

  • PP

    what camera? film? x 3

  • Justin

    I’m going to guess it’s a lomography camera? You can get them nowadays with a 35mm add-on to use with regular 35mm film instead of whatever was originally used. I don’t know much about them, but the quality is similar and totally worth it. I could be totally wrong of course.

  • Carol Schaeffer

    how did that rainbow effect occur? could it have been a drop of water on the lens or something that made a prism? i want to get that effect!!!

  • emily

    something about these photos screams my idiosyncratic mental image of america. Beautiful.

  • yeah, her images look like they were taken with a Lomo camera but I’m curious as to what she really uses…gorgeous images.

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  • Kiera

    love it!!

  • lapetitefaon

    this look JUST like summer, perfect time to post these photos, beautiful!

  • Ziggy

    Amazing photos, and I would have to say the guess of the Lomography camera probably istn too far off, though i was thinking Holga. Either way it looks medium format, and the plastic lens would give way to light flares like in the second pic. Though I get the distinct feeling of an older Nikon 35mm, maybe an F or F1? Either way very captivating.

  • His pictures are beautiful, amazing, I love all of them I think. I wonder what kind of medium format camera he uses though… YOANN, if you read us, tell us ! : )

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  • Really creative. Thank you!





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