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LEGO Photography & Videography Tips

Here you will find tips and tutorials on LEGO photography and brickfilms. If you would like to share your own tutorials submit them here! ūüėČ

LEGO video tutorial: how to make things fly

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If you have been a regular reader here you have probably seen those awesome and funny LEGO videos by the BrotherhoodWorkshop¬†(see links at the end of this post). Due to popular demand the brothers have also shared¬†a tutorial on some of the basics about making LEGO stop-motion videos, also called brickfilms (see LEGO Brickfilms Behind-the-Scenes […]

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More LEGO brickfilms behind-the-scenes

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Here is another great¬†behind-the-scenes¬†LEGO video¬†from LEGO brickfilms creator the BrotherhoodWorkshop. In¬†this¬†video Kevin Ulrich invites his brother David Ulrich to share some of his secrets. ūüėČ In today’s video David talks about how he built that great looking¬†LEGO Treebeard in their¬†Christmas special video. (You can see the original video here: LEGO Christmas the Orcs Way…) As […]

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LEGO brickfilms behind-the-scenes tips & tricks

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You have seen¬†those¬†fun LEGO stop-motion¬†videos from the BrotherhoodWorkshop, right? We have featured several of them here (see links at the bottom of this post). They are¬†always funny and the animation so smooth – just a real¬†pleasure to watch and enjoy! ¬† Today I would like to show you another video from the brothers, this time […]

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LEGO photography: how to make a light-box

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(Written by Quad) If you would like to enhance your LEGO photography skills you will need a photo light-box. Here is a little tutorial on how to make a simple light-box for great quality LEGO photos. Instead of shelling out $20+ for a professional photo light-box you can make your own from things around the […]

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