How to shoot a stop-motion Star Wars Lego film

When the new Star Wars movie trailer came out last week, YouTuber Snooperking recreated the 60 second teaser shot-by-shot–with Lego.



Here’s the original:



We wondered, how does one make a stop-motion Lego film? Some digging revealed this tutorial.



Ingredients to shoot a stop-motion Lego film:

  • A good camera with a remote control to minimize camera movement
  • Lego bricks and figurines
  • Desk lamps outfitted with filters or gels
  • Video editing software like Premiere Pro to compile all the photographs
  • Patience


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Aleszu Bajak
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