28.09.09 by Jeff

Ana Cabaleiro

Photos by Ana Cabaleiro.

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Ana Cabaleiro photographer photography coquinete

Ana Cabaleiro photographer photography coquinete

Ana Cabaleiro photographer photography coquinete

Ana Cabaleiro photographer photography coquinete

Ana Cabaleiro photographer photography coquinete

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

  • janus

    Interesting pictures. However I think that some of them has been photoshopped a bit too much. I dont really get the point of taking a otherwise good picture with a digital camera, and then altering it to look like a lomo picture or polaroid for instance (which I think theese has been, not sure though). But great motives nonetheless…

    • sorry i’m pretty sure most of these haven’t been photoshopped, that’s what analog (film) looks like – maybe there’s a little bit but im positive you’re looking at mostly film

  • ana

    hi janus, these photos has been taken with holga, polaroid spectra, smena and praktica…all analogue cameras. and hasn’t been photoshoped bit too much, just to contrast colors. there are some like the girl with a feather that hasn’t been photoshoped at all. anyway thanks for your comment (and sorry about my english!)

  • They are not photoshopped, for all I know.

  • cassidy

    photoshop is a form of art as well. but these look like film to me anyway. pretty. the fourth is wonderful.

    • yea i think the fourth is my favourite too!

  • janushouemagnussen

    hi ana, as I said I really like the pictures (or maybe I didn’t say it that way, but I should), and the fact that they are actually analog really makes them even better. Sorry I couldn’t tell the difference. However my point was more general, that it’s a tendency to manipulate “good” pictures, into pictures of a “lower quality”, hope you can follow my thought here. Anyway, great pictures ana.

    • thanks for clarifying janus – and yea i agree with what you’re saying here definitely, less is more

  • Nice photos.

  • Jodie

    Wow, I love this set, the fourth one especially stands out, it looks absolutely amazing. The second one is great too.

  • rachel


    these photos are exactly my cup of tea. perfection.
    this is what inspires me to take more photos.

  • !!

    she’s one of my favorite contacts on flickr. such simple photography but it makes such an impact on the viewer. awesome choice. 🙂

  • Kevin Carmichael

    Very inspiring pics!!!!!! 3 and 4 are unbelievable!

  • love it!!

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