Put the whole thing into a moment
Photographs are natural imitations in a moment. Nature is a word that just goes by. Reproduction is not just about Phenomenon, it is about phenomenon that contains nature's principles. Thus, natural imitation refers to a phenomenon that contains the principles of the universe flowing through. Photographs contain these phenomena. Photographs are not pictures because they contain simple phenomena.
Photographs as art, in particular, should contain a sense of beauty, along with the imitations of nature. Art should contain the imitation and aesthetic elements of nature on its sides. Music should contain natural imitations and aesthetic elements on top of the line. Architecture should contain natural principles and aesthetic elements in space. On the other hand, photography should instantly contain the principles and aesthetic elements of nature on its face, space and line, so that it can be revived as an artistic picture, not a documentary one. In this case, space means that the three-dimensional elements, namely perspective, lightness, strength, and roughness and softness, must be harmonized and presented in a lively manner. The best way to get rid of artificial traces in a single photo is to impress readers and make a great picture.
From this point of view, it can be seen that most of the photos by Jung, Hoyoung are not only aimed at nature, but also contain efforts to capture the principles of nature. In particular, the fact that he chose Swan as his target may be to show the flow of nature by adding peace and tenderness. It is to show the existence of the goni by exposing its white color on a blue and black background, and to add more harmony by adding trees. This is to transform a diverse existence, a relative world, into an absolute world. It is impressive to see the first-class goni flapping his wings and making a path. In other words, turning the principles of nature into the path of the goni is the same as our human principle of applying astronomy as human beings. In this respect, life is one thing and many things. The world of Swans exists in the world of water. Water is their world and a world to be deviated from. The shadows of the swans living in the water reveal their own self-reflection. It's the moment I find something better inside me.
This is also an ingenious idea of the author. Through swan shadow, he reflects on his existence, shows deviance in the fire, and shows the coexistence of not only me but many others in their world of water. In terms of time, the past, present, and future are shown together in the moment. It shows both the relativeity and absoluteity of the world by harmonizing the length of the trees, the shortness of grass and the properties of hard land and soft water, and the calm and movement of the water. The harmonious arrangement of trees, rivers, grasses, and skies as targets reveals the beauty, tenderness and freedom of the swans. In other words, the reader who is exposed to the photograph is drawn into the picture, or landscape. Given the above-mentioned facts, it can be said that the photographs by Jung, Hoyoung captured the beautiful and moving picture of the world of swans living in harmony with the principles of nature. It is so realistic and instructive that it gives me the illusion that I put nature in front of me in a harsh world. In a word, it's touching. These results must be years of contemplation, training and the agony of life. Jeong, Hoyoung's work, which shows "nature" compressed by pressing the shutter for a short period of time as if life is a moment, is the product of.
A poet, A literary critic, A doctorate in literature
Chae, Jong Han