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Sharing Pictures Through Social NetworksLee Yung-hee, a Photographer Taking Pictures for Hanyangians
By Yang Jun-ho  |  junho1995@hanang,ac,kr
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    “There are only a few Hanyangians who appreciate how beautiful the ERICA campus looks, or realize that the environment and all the facility exist as a result of our paid tuition. I thought that by taking pictures, I could bring more interest to our campus,” said Lee Yunghee,
a Senior in the Department of Korean Language and Culture at the ERICA campus, when asked why he
had started a Facebook page called “Hanyang University ERICA Take Pictures for You,” who is also a professional photographer.
    This Facebook page started in May this year but has already received 1,564 “Likes” from Hanyangians. On the webpage, visitors can see a variety of pictures taken throughout the ERICA campus. There are various photographs including a Hanyangian standing alone or a group of people posing with the ERICA campus in the background.
What interests Hanyangians the most about this page is that the pictures, all taken by Lee, are absolutely free of charge. “I consider this work as an extension to my hobbies. I never get tired of or reluctant to take pictures of Hanyangians because I love doing it,” said Lee.
    In order to get photographed by Lee, Hanyangians can contact him to arrange a shooting schedule. Upon their meeting, Lee takes the requesters on a tour around the campus in order to choose the best spot for the photo session. After taking the pictures, Lee enhances each photo with Photoshop and then chooses the best pictures to post on the Facebook page.
    Although his original intention of this page was trying to present the beautiful view of the ERICA campus, it gradually began to transform as time went by. Lee believe this gradual change in “format” is what makes this site look impressive. “The baseline of ‘ERICA helps you take pictures,’ was set on pictures. Then people who participated kept adding the new ideas on the top of the old concepts, which automatically developed the page.”
    Lee’s photographing career is not limited to the ERICA campus. He has also worked as a freelance photographer for large scale events such as the El Sistema Orchestra and the Korean Association for Living Sports Education, the largest dance sports competition held in 2013.
    When asked about his secret in taking good pictures, he gave a simple answer: “The camera is an instrument that has more ability than just taking static images. Every time I take a picture, I try to create diverse stories in the scene,” Lee said.
    “There are only a few Hanyangians who appreciate how beautiful the ERICA campus looks, or realize that the environment and all the facility exist as a result of our paid tuition. I thought that by taking pictures, I could bring more interest to our campus,” said Lee Yunghee,
 

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