12.02.09 by Jeff

Myoung Ho Lee

I thought it would be interesting to contrast Livingston’s series with the photography of Myoung Ho Lee. Lee uses giant backdrops to abstract the image of the tree, separating it from its environment.

myoung ho lee photographer photography tree backdrop

myoung ho lee photographer photography tree backdrop

myoung ho lee photographer photography tree backdrop

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

  • http://www.shape-shot.blogspot.com/ NVA

    that so inspiring….

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  • http://www.socialxbusiness.com SOCIALXBUSINESS

    Just linked this over on SOCIALXBUSINESS… really, really intriguing artwork! Wow! -B


  • http://robincamille.com Robin

    j’aime bien ça !

  • http://www.geekandhype.com Joffrey

    Wow, really interesting. :)

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  • http://umagmag.blogspot.com u_mag

    so cool!

  • Colleen

    Prints are available for sale of this series on http://www.lensculture.com!

  • http://www.hmmmstupid.com Rikey Muffrins

    wow, amazing, fantastic.

    Oh wait, it’s just some sheets behind tree’s…STUPID

  • http://www.roentarre.com/Blog.aspx?id=4 roentarre

    This is fantastic image itself

  • Kira

    I am SO comfused.

  • http://www.acidhedz.com ryan

    Interesting. In a boring way.

  • http://theleapingthought.blogspot.com Milena

    Wonderful. I love how he makes nature so visually striking just by using a backdrop.

  • harry

    looks kinda shopped

  • Colleen

    Here is a pdf link on how he does it(the making of photos are near the end), it’s pretty impressive!

  • Alemayehu Mergia

    Wow,very interesting and instantly refreshing.
    Thank you for coming up with this idea.


  • Jay

    Old ‘news’ posetd 1, 5 years ago on http://www.everyoneforever.com/content/2007-09-12/tree/
    but pretty cool though

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      yea i only saw it now. is that allowed? haha

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  • Russ from Peacehaven

    It just goes to show, you can’t be too careful.

  • http://www.margaritmuca.com margarit

    I really love the concept behind this works.


  • http://www.jollybegood.com JollyBeGood

    Thats got to be a bitch and a half to get that up and down…whew! cutos to you

  • http://www.prensacap.com.ar flor

    very nice!

  • gabriela

    it integrates to the environment.

  • pilo

    aaaah! me encantaaa

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  • so

    gosh, must’ve been a hugeeeee fabric.

  • http://www.edificechurch.org Noah Rain

    This will preach!!!

    Creation = Art
    God = The Artist

    Rom. 1:20 // http://www.esvbible.org/Romans+1.20/

    With LOVE from The UNITED!!! // Eph. 4 / John 17,15,13

  • http://onlinebiblefree.com/ GerthaBehn

    Its really very difficult to judge that its real or just a art. In bible the God says us obviously the creation of this world is only God. nice to see this art. thanks for sharing.

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