Friday, February 21, 2014


PetaPixel reports: [edited]

Human photographers aren’t the only ones dragging their cameras to every corner of the globe in search of the decisive moment. As it turns out, a little LEGO man spent a year doing the same thing as part of photographer Andrew Whyte‘s The Legographer series.

The photos were shot on an iPhone 4S using the 645Pro app and edited in Snapseed.

Whyte (a professional long exposure photographer) told us why he chose to use his iPhone rather than his expensive Nikon gear:

"For my first attempt at a 365 series I knew it had to be portable and spontaneous — my commercial photography, long exposures at night, is rarely either of these. My mobile phone fitted this agenda perfectly and had the added bonus of having a much closer minimum focusing distance than any of my Nikon gear. That’s how I get up close to the figure and force the perspective to make him look life-sized.

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