Lego Lord of the Rings Valentine’s Day Cards

My son wanted his own Valentine’s Day cards for his fifth-grade class, so he and I worked together to make it happen. I may be biased, but I think they … Continue reading Lego Lord of the Rings Valentine’s Day Cards

Lego Movie Photo in a DIY Lightbox

Last year my kids and I started collecting those single Lego minifigure packs where you don’t know what you’re going to get until you open it. Sure, you can feel … Continue reading Lego Movie Photo in a DIY Lightbox

Hi-Yo, Silver! Away! and Say Cheese!

Before arriving in Page, Arizona, to meet up with the Utah Photo Workshop group, I stopped by Wal-Mart and grabbed a Lone Ranger Lego set, since the red rock and … Continue reading Hi-Yo, Silver! Away! and Say Cheese!

Holiday photo shoot with Lego minifigures

I saw a family photo shoot on Pinterest using a box and thought it would be a fun photo to try – but I didn’t think my family would be … Continue reading Holiday photo shoot with Lego minifigures

Perfect snack for a chilly winter morning

The Utah weather has gone from chilly to down right freezing. So a little hot chocolate is sure to warm you up – even if you are a little Lego … Continue reading Perfect snack for a chilly winter morning

The Spooky Lego Eyes are Watching

Nothing like a little Halloween spookiness as the horror-filled holiday approaches. Canon 60D | 100mm macro lens | 15″ | f/32 | ISO 100 Lego minifigures are not known for … Continue reading The Spooky Lego Eyes are Watching

May the Fourth Be With You

My son was sure to include a Luke Skywalker minifigure to our family trip last weekend and asked me to photograph him from behind. With today being such a special … Continue reading May the Fourth Be With You

Lego hiker reaches the top

If you’re new to my blog, you probably think all my photos are Lego related. I’ll admit that I have a few photos featuring Legos, but the past few days … Continue reading Lego hiker reaches the top

Lego Photography: Lost in an amazing book

I can only claim credit for taking the photo. My son was the creative director. He came up with the idea, built the Lego tree and book, selected the character … Continue reading Lego Photography: Lost in an amazing book