21.10.10 by Jeff

Ann He

Photos by Ann He. Dallas, Texas.

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



  • Love the light!

  • I really like the 6th one of the street. It makes me miss America….

  • emilygage

    I’m not even a big photo-lover/critic, but i think i just found my favorite photographer

  • Perla

    love these.
    how does one get two photos images in one, like in the first photo?

    • a double exposure or shoot through a window and get the reflection

  • lapetitefaon

    these are absolutely perfect, every single one of them! There is the most stunning photo on her site of these two girls in a field with their hair braided together! ugh I’m dying! Its soooo good! http://4ormat-asset.s3.amazonaws.com/resources/45466/0x400_1281538837.jpg ahhhhhhhhhh!!!!

  • lapetitefaon

    OH MY GOD AND IT SAYS ON HER SITE THAT SHE IS 15!!!!!!!! WOW so talented at such a young age!

  • I agree. They are stunning. Can’t wait to see what her work will look like as she grows up. Hope she doesn’t lose that curious perspective she now shows.

  • this set is absolutely gorgeous

  • The light is beautiful, in these & the first one is pure! This is excellent work, at any age.

  • Im in love with her work, I did an interview with her a few days back >> http://www.daydreamlily.com/2010/10/photographer-interview-series-1-ann-h.html

  • wesley cooper

    wow, these are amazing. what she shooting with?

  • beautiful… I think she is using window reflections.

  • Last three are amazing. The street scene held my attention for a good while.

  • emily

    every one is truly beautiful

  • Simply incredible!! I mean it.

  • Cody

    Pictures 4 and 5 are really great. The double exposure in 4 is so subtle and beautiful. Picture 5 has those great light leak elements on the film. Good stuff.

  • alaina

    This collection is such a fun group of photos, I could stare at them for hours.

  • love them all. :)





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