In an effort to keep my thinking away from the event of Friday afternoon, I am going to delve into building the long-procrastinated, big LEGO project I have here. Big Ben.
I am one of those pedantic types that rankles at this structure being called Big Ben. The bell is called “Big Ben,” while the tower is “The Elizabeth Tower.” I’m not sure why that annoys me so much…
Another major London landmark that is available in LEGO is the Tower Bridge. I will very likely acquire that one next.
Yesterday, I also went over to Henry’s Camera Store and bought the wide-angle Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 lens. This lens was highly recommended to me at Photoshop World. Even with the cropped sensor factor of my EOS 80D, this lens is wider than any of my other lenses.
I’m looking forward to finding some magnificent ceilings to photograph. Wide-angle lenses give the sense of epic grandeur to cathedrals and museums when the camera is angled upward. So that could be fun.
Over in the digital art world, I am very close to finishing up the unwrapping of my bell tower model.
I will probably make a video introducing RizomUV in the near future. I am not sure if I will aim for creating a tutorial series though.Tags: Digital Art, Garstor, Lego