The Photo Exchange

South Korean photographer Jee Young Lee

Posted in Uncategorized by Jim McKinniss on December 9, 2013
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Panic Room copyright by Jee Young Lee.

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Last Super copyright by Jee Young Lee.

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The Little Match Girl copyright by Jee Young Lee.

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Nightmare copyright by Jee Young Lee.

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Korean artist Jee Young Lee has been weaving herself into exceedingly clever dream worlds she creates in her studio… and despite their other worldly appearance she uses absolutely no photo manipulation for the end result. In each image you can find Lee’s young figure hidden among the vibrant details of her carefully constructed, set-like pieces – perhaps a hand poking up from the center of a watery vortex of swirling fans, or her body floating in a lotus as in the picture above (inspired by the Story of Shim Cheong, a Korea folktale as well as by Shakespeare’s Ophelia).

Read more at http://www.visualnews.com/2013/12/08/photoshopped-jee-young-lee-creates-surreal-dreamscapes-small-studio/#MuefPYr7ofHlSgII.99

By Jim McKinniss

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  1. Jim Stearns said, on December 10, 2013 at 6:15 pm

    Different approach…


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