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LEGO Photography 101 This post is from a presentation I did for my LUG. It covers the basics of taking quality photos of your MOCs so others can appreciate your creations. Tyler Clites also has a nice tutorial.
Contents Equipment Lighting Camera Setup Photo Editing Summary Equipment Camera Tripod Lights Daylight LEDs Light Diffuser Tent Umbrella Copy paper Backdrop Use one that contrasts with the MOC A quick and cheap way to get a good setup is to order a lights and a tent from Amazon.
June 12, 2016
#LEGO #Photography #MOC
Classic Space Needlepoint Using the large brown arch as the seed part, I built this Classic Space needlepoint MOC for May’s LUG Iron Builder competition.
As a bonus to this post, I’ve included a nano-scale classic spaceship on an alien planet.
May 16, 2016
#LEGO #Space #Iron Builder #MOC
Don’t you just hate when your glasses get rain drops on them?!
I built this MOC for the February 2016 LOLUG Iron Builder challenge. The seed part is the trans-clear 1x1 round plate.
My first inspiration was to use them on glasses, but needed a scene to be viewed through them.
January 31, 2016
#LEGO #Iron Builder #MOC
A Knight to Come Home
A knight travels through the night to come back to his manor and to someone waiting for him.
It is my second entry to the Colossal Castle Contest XIII.
Behind the Scenes
December 28, 2015
#LEGO #Castle #CCC #MOC
An Afternoon at the Playground A build for LOLUG’s Iron Builder competition. The ‘seed’ part is the Technic Friction Pin. I used as the recycled-tires for the ground of the play area.
High Quality Images Close Up From the Corner From the Front Water Park The LUG’s next Iron Builder seed part was the trans-clear 1x1 round plate, so I jokingly transformed they playground into a water park.
December 22, 2015
#LEGO #MOC #Iron Builder