Shooting the interior of a brick-built scene can be very challenging for a LEGO photographer because most models restrict camera angles and limit lighting opportunities.
When I shoot official LEGO sets, I have to really work around what the designer of the set has created, with displayability and playability as their priorities. It’s a lot easier to shoot a MOC (My Own Creation) because I have designed it with different priorities: camera angles and lighting.
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