Everyone loves secrets, the reality behind the picture. I love behind the scenes photos and videos as well. Now I can show you some tricks and surprising photos from the world of LEGO photography.

First of all, I would like to introduce myself. I started this LEGO photography – or I would say “Legography” – in June 2016. I am a big LEGO fan and I love creating stories with these little figures. I always try to take realistic and dynamic photos with the real scenery. And now, I would like to introduce a completely different world. A miniature universe of the LEGO.

This article is a selection from the last two years with the most interesting or funny “behind the scenes” photos and videos.

People always ask me what I am doing when I work on the street or a public park.

I didn’t use Photoshop manipulation (of course, the lightsabers are not real). I made indoor scenes or chose suitable places for them (for example – a park). I squirted water or blew smoke, if it was necessary.

The natural effects (like mud or smoke) are very complicated to make because you cannot calculate what will happen. I spent many hours with each of these pictures.

You will see pictures in pairs which will show you how the final capture is made. Although you won’t see it in the werk photo, but the smoke, mud, water and etc. are real. However, you can see all these elements in the werk videos. I don’t have a professional studio so I have to make these situations with some tricks!

I hope you will like it!

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I want to show you some tricks I do when creating my LEGO photography with before and after examples

This was the most complicated scene I’ve done so far

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– Guys we need a forest!

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– Hold my beer!

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How to make a cave

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Sometimes a playground is the best place where you can make a dessert scenery

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Stones and bark are perfect materials for an inclement scene

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In this case, I had to carve a bit

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In Memoriam 1956

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Nothing can beat the real sunlight!

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1956

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The smoke is real

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The Last LEGO Set

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All of the lights are real! I used local light sources

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The Ewoks

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Just teddy bears, they said. Don’t be afraid of them, they said. The mud and rays are also real

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That was my dinner

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A fictive SW VII scene

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When your reindeer is too lazy

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Slave I with Xmas lights in a snowstorm

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Poor pilot

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Lord Vader doesn’t understand the essence of fair play

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After that I created a dark area around the ship

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