Lego Cinema

I recently decided to explore some creative “portrait” images with mini-models … also known as Legos. As a kid, I was obsessed with this particular brand of fun. My brother and I used to spend hours building entire Lego cities. It’s been a few years since I was a child, and since then the brand has grown to embrace cinematic themes like Star Wars, Marvel comics, and other large picture themes. I decided this past week to use some of these as a challenge to find new and interesting ways to creatively light some still scenes. Here are a few fun examples that I was able to cook up. (some of these legos didn’t survive the “special effects” used)

Jurassic Danger
Jurrasic_980

Batman Scenes
Batman-Alley2c


Batman-980


Batman-Alley5

Here is a behind-the-scenes look at how I set up this shoot with props and lighting:
Batman-BTS

Gear:
2 Books
Lego Batman
Fire + Newspaper
Canon 5DmkIII + 100mm Macro
Canon 580EX II Speedlight + Radio Popper trigger

  1. Ger

    Maria Higgins – Teryn!! Thanks so much for taking such awomese shots! There are amazing! Thanks for the opportunity to work with you! California ice Queen ( Maria)November 18, 2010 12:28 am

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