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ahh the perfect thread to showcase my recent photo project

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Looks awesome. I have a quite similar project going on. But I still haven't got the 6277, which is essential for a classic landscape.

Please post more pictures. Would be highly appreciated.

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Wow! He has quite the head of hair doesn't he? :laugh:

How does he keep it so well maned under that hat?

^I was wondering the same thing.

:laugh: I think that the bicorne is bigger enough!, or at least, Roger knows about a coconut-based hair s-s-s-s-spray!

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ahh the perfect thread to showcase my recent photo project

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Okay now this one is great. It should be featured on the blog.

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Here's my very first attempt at shooting Lego. I've just bought a reflex to learn photography and I'm trying some stuff to get used to it... For this one I've been very lucky : I've put my hand in front of the flash and some light has slipped through my fingers... I'm quite happy with the result :)

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I love this picture, Boomchil! Great job! The lighting came out good, and it has excellent subject matter.

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Great shot! What made you put your hand in the photo? Is that an actual photography technique?

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Great shot! What made you put your hand in the photo? Is that an actual photography technique?

Not really, I'm a real noobie and have just been very lucky. This sure isn't a photography technique :laugh:

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Not really, I'm a real noobie and have just been very lucky. This sure isn't a photography technique :laugh:

Your technique is no technique! :wink:

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Not really, I'm a real noobie and have just been very lucky. This sure isn't a photography technique :laugh:

Nice job. You have discovered the fingers grid flash lighting technique. :laugh:

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Hi there,

On a recent hiking trip in Point Lobos, California, I took some photos of my minifigures in their "natural habit." Only a few of them turned out well, so I figured this would be the best place to post them rather than making a separate topic.

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Check out the full gallery on Flickr for more photos and larger versions of these ones.

Enjoy!

Inky

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I'm not sure if this belongs in here, but I started a little side project whilst collecting crew for my ship of the line. Here is the first of a series of scenes from Master and Commander:

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It's a challenge to recreate anything in Lego, even more so combining it with photography! More scenes to follow. Hope you enjoy!

:jollyroger: Dread Pirate Wesley

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Very nice! Pictures like this certainly have a place in this thread. When you're making a whole series I wouldn't even mind if you made a seperate topic for it. And of course you could still put a link in this thread.

Isn't this the scene where they are talking about "the wonderful voice Mr Hollum possesses?" :pir-classic:

You forgot to give Aubrey his cup of coffee though. But never mind. I'm looking forward to the next one!

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Nice, friend-ish friendly scenes! And the 'Queer Anne's Revenge' making port... Pretty ship, btw, the more pink and purple you added the better she got. Love the idea!

Thanks for sharing!

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Here a few special effect pictures.

First up, the water on the trampoline to get the outside blackseas effect.

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Second, is white poster board background with blue paper covered with clear blue wrapping plastic to get the wave a reflection. Also shadowed corners to give the looking through telescope effect.

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Next up, the on board cell phone shots, great for getting up close and down low.

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Nice effects! Especially love the light and the atmosphere in the second picture. Well done!

Keep them pics coming!

Best regards,

KB

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