Creating Landscapes Indoors

This month I will be showing you how to create a variety of landscapes at home, using common items from the street or from your own home. The forest As a first example, I will show you how to build a forest. There is really nothing easier! Gather a bunch of sticks from the street,…

How to come up with better concepts for your LEGO photos

I intend to have a conversation with you about some ideas on how to think and plan so that your photos bring an adjacent meaning beyond the mere frozen image that appears in the first and shallowest plane of those who observe it. In other words, I intend to inspire them to seek to create…

Shooting Lego Sets Interiors

I wanted to go back to basics with some tips on how to shoot interiors of standard sets. This will include several tips on how to set up the scene, where to put lights, and how to edit to achieve a certain style.I divided my sets into four themes, Creator 3-in-1, Friends, TV sets, and…

Framing Camera Shots

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…

Using Humor in LEGO Toy Photography

This month we talk together about how to make a photograph more joyful. Our goal will be to make people who look at our photographs smile and brighten their days. There are different types of humor depending on the people we are talking to, whether it is our family, our friends, work colleagues or even…

How to Use Fog, Mist and Haze to Improve your LEGO Pictures

This month we will be looking at particles and particle effects that are in the air. Everyone knows it, light rays shining through leaves, sun rays through windows, the fog hanging in the valley, etc. All these effects can add depth to an image, convey a mood or just make it look epic. But how can you recreate such effects for your LEGO photos without artificially adding them through image editing? That’s what I’m going to explain to you this month.

Supporting Elements in LEGO Photography

This month, I’d like to talk about how to bring static LEGO scenes to life. How to make your minifigures and parts fly, float, and fall convincingly in frame by using supporting elements. There are several methods for fixing the parts and making it unnoticeable for the viewer. This is what the September tips will…

How to make clouds

Few tips to build some clouds to make the sky awesome in your LEGO photo!