Behind the Gare Saint-Lazare

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    Recreation of Henri Cartier-Bresson's 1932 photograph "Behind the Gare Saint Lazare" in Lego www.afterimagegallery.com/bressonbehind.htm

    Minor photoshop work to remove the cotton suspending the minifig and convert to B&W.

    Lighting Info: Nikon SB-28 at 1/2 power mounted on a lightstand in a shoot through brolly about 1 foot to camera left pointing down at the scene. Foamcore board at the back to get an even reflection in the water (thank you Light, Science & Magic!). Triggered with eBay remotes.

    Setup shot here ... www.flickr.com/photos/8258165@N07/1674327725/

    Print available on Redbubble.

    matthew goldsbrough, Photo-Hunter, and 1342 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. mauissimo! 32 months ago | reply

      Amazing, really really neat..

    2. Mercutio Chocolat 30 months ago | reply

      you àre à geniuos hàhàhàhàhà

    3. Jacl_Lee 30 months ago | reply

      i like it !

    4. La Skimal 29 months ago | reply

      amazing work!!!!!!

    5. Frank DiCesare 28 months ago | reply

      Brilliant! What could be cooler than combining Cartier-Bresson's genius with Legos!

    6. Michael Godek 28 months ago | reply

      hahahah wow im speechless, this is fantastic!!! so creative

    7. Francescaph* 27 months ago | reply

      excellent work!that's an amazing set!!!! I really like it!

    8. johnsbrana 23 months ago | reply

      I was wondering how you suspended the Lego figure! LOL

    9. FotoA_SPMP 18 months ago | reply

      I just found your Lego classic series! Fantastic! Clever!

    10. Marie Casabonne 8 months ago | reply

      Fantastic creation!

    11. orlando cienfuegos 8 months ago | reply

      Un clasico!!! Genial

    12. Barry Yanowitz 5 months ago | reply

      This brought a big smile to my face!

    13. PatMinNYC 5 months ago | reply

      clever :>) !

    14. Weekend's Hero 4 months ago | reply

      but the guy in the back was looking to the camera! still awesome :)

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