06.11.09 by Jeff

Yann Faucher

Photos by Yann Faucher.

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yann faucher photographer photography

yann faucher photographer photography

yann faucher photographer photography

yann faucher photographer photography

yann faucher photographer photography

yann faucher photographer photography

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

  • http://www.streetmemoirs.com joel

    Probably the best photographer I’ve seen on here. Just amazing, he’s a real pro.

  • http://www.malouma.blogspot.com malouma

    OMG! this are great photos!! tottaly agree with joel!

  • http://ineffectualvitiation.wordpress.com ines


  • Trinity

    You are very good at it, love them. They are really expressive and artistic. Great.

  • lapetitefaon

    Okaaaay, these are pretty amazing. Especially the fifth, really stellar work.

  • http://threadarts.blogspot.com Wt Durrance

    Great work here. Wow. The serenity of the second and the mystery third one stand out to me.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/-vie- Silvie

    beautiful pictures!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  • Crash

    The first picture has really inspired me to make a film, or possibly start a new folio of sketches, thankyou!
    wonderful work with the photography, this is really something..

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