South Korean Artist Zeewipark Captures The Magic Of Flowers Trapped In Bubbles

Zeewipark: ‘I’m a 25-year-old South Korean girl based in Rome, currently looking for a creative job and editing photos as a hobby. Until a few months ago I could have never thought I would find myself making photos of bubbles and flowers as I’ve never been particularly fond of bubbles or have a thing for bubbles – so I’m happy to be able to share how I started editing this kind of photos.
Everything started when I got myself an iPhone 6s and I started taking pictures for the sole purpose of editing them. I mostly took photos of nature, flowers and landscapes.
What I’ve always loved in the editing process is that I can reproduce the ‘moods’ and the colors I see or imagine when taking the photo itself. One day I took a photo of a soap bubble on my hand without any particular idea in my mind and just edited it combining it with a flower. I thought they suited with each other and I liked it.
I love editing bubbles and flowers together; sometimes I feel like I’m discovering myself. The elements I use in my photos are all real: my hand, a bubble, flowers I photographed and the sunlight. I like editing them because they’re positive, whereas I’m a person who tends to be negative. I like them because I noticed some people can feel the same positivity and the ‘magic’ I put in them. I like editing them because I feel like I can share something positive, something I find pretty and which comes from me, with the world’.

South Korean artist Zeewipark captures the magic of flowers trapped in bubbles

South Korean artist Zeewipark captures the magic of flowers trapped in bubbles

South Korean artist Zeewipark captures the magic of flowers trapped in bubbles

South Korean artist Zeewipark captures the magic of flowers trapped in bubbles

South Korean artist Zeewipark captures the magic of flowers trapped in bubbles

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