Published: January 25, 2011Posted in: Blog
Today was train day. The Emerald Night is a lovely model but it’s a son of a bitch to film. It’s huge and it’s dark and it picks up reflections from everything.
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In order to get some decent shots of it, I’ve had to pull the camera right back and use much larger sets than I normally would. I don’t think Lego animation works as well at that scale – I much prefer keeping shots tight so you almost lose sight of the fact that it’s Lego.
There’s also some problems with motion blur. Because each frame is a still photo, there is none. As I’m using the same old 15fps frame rate, the movement of the train looks very crisp and a little juddery. I’ll see what I can do to fix this digitally later but it’s not a shot I’m very pleased with.