None of these awesome photos has been digitally modified

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Each of the photos in this collection took weeks—some even months—of preparation. They were prepared and shot by a JeeYoung Lee, a Korean artist who just has a camera, a ridiculously tiny 11.8 x 13.4 x 7.8-foot studio and lots of patience and talent to build her dreamscapes.

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From the gallery's site (in French):

For weeks, even for months, she built the universes born in her mind in her three by four-meter studio with rare thoroughness and patience in order to exclude any subsequent digital retouching.

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Her talent, patience, skill and precision truly defy belief.

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why make beautiful images like this if u cant profit from it by distributing it online? it just ends up as someones wallpaper. thanks giz. ill take the first one as my Surface bg.