15.11.10 by Jeff

Cardboard cameras

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

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  • http://asyoucan.tumblr.com abt

    Oh dear. this is great. The rollei is perfect!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/51249031@N02/ doris

    wish i could have a hasselblad at least that one! is beautiful! all the cameras are well done : )

  • Lea

    Are these cameras made up of paper?

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  • http://huppacups.blogspot.com/ HUPPACUPS

    cool new light-edition!
    but still not water resistent :(

  • http://nocoffee-noconcept.com No Coffee.

    I don’t know , feels i know it for years now,
    just a different kind of paper. Love the neck things..

  • dumb kid

    these arent functional are they?

  • dyllan

    this is truly incredible. by far my favorite on this blog thus far. bravo.

  • http://theunrealbride.wordpress.com Kismet

    The Cameras are amazing but I love the straps too!

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    man if these were converted to be used as pinholes… now that would really be something.

  • http://frostedwindows.tumblr.com/ Nicole W.

    those are pretty neat.

  • Thitima Sukwatthana

    CARDBOARD, j’adore

  • http://andysperception.com Andy

    iLike :)

  • gina

    thats alot of time…

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    whoah those are amazing !

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