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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! ;)

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. 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 you […]

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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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