When it comes to photography, there are a variety of shots a photographer can take that help you tell a story for your viewer. Many of the terms I’ll be using this month originate in film-making, which I learned in various courses in art school like storyboarding and film history, and are equally relevant to…
Artist spotlight: laurent_delcroix
Every month, we pick a LEGO photographer active in our community and share some of their work and a little about themselves. This month we traveled to France again to meet Laurent Delcroix!
Collaborative Storytelling: The Dragonslayer Story
Here we are again with a collaborative storytelling! We’ve reached out to a group of talented LEGO photographers in our community to weave for us a visual narrative around one set.
Artist Spotlight: jbarchietto
Every month, we pick a LEGO photographer active in our community and share some of their work and a little about themselves. This month we traveled to France to meet Jerome Barchietto
Building and Photographing Brick-built Scenes
This article is intended as a compilation of tips to consider when shooting entire LEGO-built scenes, especially if you don’t have a lot of brick resources available for large MOCs. My goal is to remind you of some important compositional basics to consider when you build your brick scene and how to utilize this to…
Conveying Emotions in Toy Photography
For me, the most important thing in a photo is the storytelling. Photographing any minifigure in any environment is within everyone’s reach. But if you want to catch the eye and the curiosity of the viewer, your photo must tell a story. And to tell a story, it may be necessary to convey an emotion….
Using Mirrors to Extend a Background
I’ve been doing LEGO photography for a while and like many people, my collection consists of built and displayed sets as well as bulk pieces to make the MOCs for my photos. Who hasn’t dreamed of making large LEGO sets, which take up a lot of space in the photo? But unfortunately, we’re confronted with…
Review: Indiana Jones Temple of the Golden Idol 77015
Grab your hat, your whip and let’s go on an adventure with Indiana Jones the famous professor of archeology in search of legendary artifacts and relics. The Indiana Jones range appeared at Lego in 2008/2009 with several sets which took up legendary scenes from Steven Spielberg’s 4 films. This new set features the first minutes…