LEGO Artwork: The Note

The Note

I quote often mention photog­ra­phy when I post LEGO builds, because I think compe­tent photog­ra­phy can make a massive differ­ence to how the build appears. What I don’t mention very much is compo­si­tion. Because honestly it’s usually not rele­vant.

But it is here.

This isn’t a build in the normal sense of the word. LEGO has been used to construct a scene that has been care­fully composed to tell a story. It’s the sort of thing you might well see a photog­ra­pher doing. And all of a photographer’s tricks have been used here includ­ing posi­tion­ing and depth of field.

It’s just that Âtin actu­ally built the set he’s photograph­ing. Bril­liant, sad stuff.

Source: Flickr

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