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Lego cake tutorial via Craftsy.


This is pretty cool.

 

 

full tutorial at craftsy.com


LEGO Pinata Cookies


 

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LEGOlize your pictures


Ronald Hagenstein has created a free PSD file to LEGOlize your images. And the file is free! To use you download the PSD file, then open it in Photoshop. Drag your image into the file. make sure the new image is just above the layer titles REPLACE IMAGE. Then run a Mosaic filter on your image. Filter>Pixelate>Mosaic. He used Cell size 73 in his example.
That’s it. The LEGO logo and stud layers are already set. Download the file here.
have fun.
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Here’s a couple of mine. Jungle boy from a previous post. and The riddle from a Convention.
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Bokeh wall tutorial


DIY Photography has a Bokeh wall tutorial. The post describes how to make a background with a simple household item, Aluminum foil. They feature some great Toy Photography here so read the article for a simple project.

I tried using plastic bottles and different reflective materials for the background until I ended up with using a very simple material found in the kitchen which gave such an amazing result. Aluminum foil.

Boken wall Tutorial


Via Photo Jojo: Make A Mini Light Studio Using School Supplies


Great tutorial from Photojojo I had to share with all the Toy Photographers that follow this blog. You can make a portable light studio using translucent binders. Looks like a neat little project. They suggest using bean bags to support the light tent. I also use a large bean as a replacement tripod.

Supplies Needed

3 white, translucent binders
8 1/2″x11″ colorful cardstock
Duct tape (grey is good!)
A camera
Optional: small hand-sized bean bags

mini light tent

Everyone has a binder or two at home, so you can start this project today!

Plus, this portable light tent gives you great lighting on flowers, insects, and other small stuff without having to pluck them out of the ground.

Throw it in your bag, and you’ve got a mini studio wherever you go this summer.

Full tutorial at PhotoJojo :How to make a Mini Light Studio Photojojo has tons of cool photography tips plus some neat gadgets in their shop. I suggest you subscribe to their newsletter.
This tutorial was originally written byDigital Camera World and then Photojojo shared it. Images are by Digital Camera World.

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