Photos by Ann He. Dallas, Texas.
Love the light!
I really like the 6th one of the street. It makes me miss America….
I’m not even a big photo-lover/critic, but i think i just found my favorite photographer
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
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!!!!
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
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.
every one is truly beautiful
Simply incredible!! I mean it.
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.
This collection is such a fun group of photos, I could stare at them for hours.
love them all. 🙂
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