Article for Belgium Newspaper

MECHELEN – In the Mechelen Speelgoedmuseum, visitors can not only view the history of sixty years of LEGO. They can also become acquainted with Legography, the art of photographing LEGO characters. More and more “legographers” show their creative results via social media. The British David Flanagan is one of those legographers.

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My Camera Phone

The way technology has advanced over the last few decades means you no longer need to carry a bulky camera around your neck to be able to shoot great pictures. I myself use an iPhone X to do all of my Lego photography and here why.

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Photo Editing Apps (part 1)

If you read my earlier post called My Camera Phone then you’ll already know I use an iPhone X to take all my photos, I also edit my photos using iPhone/iPad apps. There are an abundance of photography apps out there and everyone has their preference of apps they use and I thought I’d share some my favourites.

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The History of Lego

The company that makes the famous bricks started in 1932 as a small shop in Billund, Denmark. The company was established by master carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen, helped by his 12-year-old son Godtfred Kirk Christiansen. they made wooden toys, stepladders, and ironing boards. It wasn’t until 1934 that the business took on the now world famous name LEGO, which came from the Danish words “LEg GOdt,” meaning “play well.”

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