Lego MOC photography

This is supposed to be an educational vignette. Take a look at the later MOC photography in my Photostream. This is a depiction of the lighting setup used for most of the pictures. Since the setup is fairly inexpensive I thought that this might be useful for other builders as well. On top of that a vignette is a really good way of sharing this information.

 

(This pic is the first of three in a little series about my lighting setup)

Part 2

Part 3

 

  • Titolian 6y

    That about sums it up.
  • marker (mark®) 6y

    wow
    trully amazing shot

    great job
  • ♥☺Hello☺♥ 6y

    This caught my eye...I love little LEGO scenes like this.
  • Carsten Lind Mortensen 6y

    Lol Nice made a like moc in a moc xd
  • Juho William Tauriainen 6y

    Yo dawg, I heard you like vigs so we put a vig in your vig so you can photograph while you photograph. [/Xzibit] :P
  • Sybren Visser 5y

    Great shot! Really instructive for the photo-home-studio-starter! Where do I order a mask like the one in the upper right corner?
  • Julian Schüngel 5y

    That's extremly cool!
  • Kαtrι_Mαrcεll 5y

    really creative! great shot!
  • Rogue Builder 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Toy Photography Setups, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • riffsyphon1024 5y

    You had to LEGO your depiction of your LEGO setup. ;)
  • Count Zeppelin97 4y

    Awesome setup! One question - do you usually use photoshop to edit your background?
  • Larry Lars 4y

    Thanks again for all the comments.
    Count Zeppelin97
    When I do edit I use photoshop and there's often minor things to fix. I try to have a background that don't need fixing though 'cause it can be time consuming.
    With the lighting and camera settings I use, the photos often need a touch from a Photoshop color filter. I get a warm reddish pic that look a bit too much "indoors home photo" for my taste.
  • Count Zeppelin97 4y

    Yes, fixing a background can be very time consuming :( Thanks!
  • Eccie 4y

    Brilliant! Gotta get my niece on of those :D
  • Shobrick 4y

    So cool !
  • Elektriksheep 3y

    Dude, this is truly awesome. Where did you get the base piece for the camera tripod - the black ring with 3 legs?
  • Mariann Asanuma 3y

    The black ring is a standard steering wheel. The three legs are the small black lever parts taken out of their bases.
  • Zakshalak 2y

    Thats pretty detailed! Do you know the exact model of each of those cameras?
  • Chris Howard 2y

    Awesome!
  • clement127 3mo

    This is awesome!! It's exactly like my mini-studio ;-) Congrats
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