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Hopefully I'll be able to finish filming my 42069 RC mod tomorrow morning, until then I wanted to share this image. I think it looks pretty cool after sunset :)

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On 7/29/2017 at 1:02 PM, Offroadcreat1ons said:

I use a Fujifilm Finepix XP120. It works well for the simple pictures I take.
Also here's an example of a rule of thirds outdoor shot:

 

I have a Fujifilm XP50. The XP50 doesn't allow changing focus points like a DSLR.  I use a LEGO target tile to focus when the subject is not on the focus point as an alternative to the focus/recompose technique..   Set the timer to 10 secs.  Press the shutter to focus and then get the target out of the scene before the 10 seconds is up.

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Just now, dr_spock said:

I use a LEGO target tile to focus when the subject is not on the focus point as an alternative to the focus/recompose technique..

Interesting, I'll have to try it.

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5 hours ago, kbalage said:

Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.

*snip*

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Amazing photo, what did you use to light up the ground?

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Thanks guys :) @JJ2 - I re-used the setup created for my Star Wars motors scene, you can check it in the following video:

 

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On 8/8/2017 at 7:19 PM, kbalage said:

Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.

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Amazing! I can't believe those were real Lego bricks :)

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A while ago I experimented with some minifig photos that tell a story. It’s not quite tehinic but the skills could be carried over. 800x533.jpg

PS I’m sorry if it’s a bit out of focus. BTW, can anyone guess how it’s done?

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interesting tidbit, there's no glass. Good try though @IA creations , you are on the right track. Instead of using glass I used a long stick attached to the minifigs back. It was windy that day and because the mini could sway, it became a bit out of focus. 

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When in doubt, add more wings ;)

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Really like the bokeh on the ground, the Laowa 7.5mm f/2 MFT is a true gem!

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@kbalage those are nice pictures

 

A picture I shot last week, it does have som heavy photoshopping put it gives it more vibe. Atm my screensaver

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image.png.134bdf23e0f4e20ee23e7046f24a6480.png shot in depth mode using dual camera

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adding info

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1 hour ago, TheNextLegoDesinger said:

A picture I shot last week, it does have som heavy photoshopping put it gives it more vibe. Atm my screensaver

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I think this looks great with your post production.  Do you drive that treaded vehicle on pavement?  If so how do those studs wear after driving over it?

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15 hours ago, TheNextLegoDesinger said:

A picture I shot last week, it does have som heavy photoshopping put it gives it more vibe. Atm my screensaver

 

Beautiful. IMO one of my favorite LEGO pictures.

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