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By 213hardy      
Back with lego I'm afraid, a handful dropped and shot where it lay, am pretty the lighting is not right, but i like it none the less.

All C&Cs welcome

Thanks for looking


Tags: General Toys Close-up and macro Lego Humour and fun

Voters: Herge88, pamelajean, nonur and 12 more

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Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
16 Dec 2012 3:54PM
Like this, the best so far in this series.

Best Matt

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pamelajean Plus
10 969 1832 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 3:57PM
I like it, too, Den. It suggests that a child has played with the bricks and then abandoned them.
The combination of different colours, aspects, spacing and shadows works well.
But I feel they are a bit too spread out.
Further suggestions:-
Look at the whole, then choose a small section of the random group to photograph, i.e. have less in the frame.
Alternativbely, use less bricks.
Try having them closer together, overlapping, or touching, even a little random "stack". If you are tempted to move any, just move one away from the rest, so that it looks as if it has fallen from the stack.
This should enable you to have space all around them, with none too close to any frame edge.
Make several attempts at "casting" them and look for a grouping with as many different aspects as possible, rather than one area where they are all upside-down, for instance, as in the centre of this group.
Keep having fun.
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
16 Dec 2012 4:26PM
This reminds me of the big pick up after some serious lego time Smile A great image Smile
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
16 Dec 2012 4:49PM
I like Pamela's suggestions, Den, but you have started off with a great idea of your own. I haven't the patience to tackle this sort of experiment, I'm afraid!

P.S. It was the Anglican Cathedral - I didn't know there were two Sad
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
16 Dec 2012 5:01PM
Continuing a good idea and I do like Pamela's suggestions. Green ones now.... whatever next..


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