LEGO but filmed with a Laowa probe lens

Shooting LEGO with WEIRD camera lens

Ever wonder how people get up close shots of tiny objects and surroundings? They use a probe lens! Tiago Catarino used a Laowa probe lens to film the inside of some LEGO builds, offering a peak into the kind of constructions you wouldn’t normally see unless you were in a remake of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.

If you fancy getting a probe lens yourself, prepare to fork out over £1,000.

LEGO related: A LEGO Van Gogh, Ekow Nimako’s Afrofuturistic LEGO® universes, Arndt Schlaudraff, the LEGO® brutalist, and that time someone made Frasier’s apartment with LEGO

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