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Space Police Satellite
A simple Satellite used by the Space Police to track and find criminals and to keep track and allow communication between Space Police ships.
About this creation

The Space Police Satellite is a satellite used by the Original Space Police. This is a Space Police I MOC, not Space Police II or III.

NOTE:I retook the pics



Comments

 I made it 
  September 11, 2010
Quoting Daz Hoo I recommend you read this: http://www.brickpix.co.uk/qsg.htm Follow these advices, and you'll be a pro LEGO photographer in no time!
Done! Thanks a million!
  September 9, 2010
I recommend you read this: http://www.brickpix.co.uk/qsg.htm Follow these advices, and you'll be a pro LEGO photographer in no time!
 I made it 
  September 9, 2010
Quoting Daz Hoo Here are two key elements I recommend checking if you want to take a picture of a LEGO model: 1) Good lighting. Try taking your pictures on a sunny day, or in a room with good lighting. I personally add one or two desk lamps to my setup when I take pictures. 2) A tripod. In order to take clear pictures, your camera must not move when you snap your photos. Using a tripod will steady your camera. If you don't have a tripod, you can always build a support for your camera out of LEGO bricks. Just don't hold the camera in your hands.
Thanks. I do the first typically in a room with a good lighting but I can't set anything up. As for the second, how would I get good images? Zooming in always hurts image quality. Thanks, and please reply.
  September 9, 2010
Here are two key elements I recommend checking if you want to take a picture of a LEGO model: 1) Good lighting. Try taking your pictures on a sunny day, or in a room with good lighting. I personally add one or two desk lamps to my setup when I take pictures. 2) A tripod. In order to take clear pictures, your camera must not move when you snap your photos. Using a tripod will steady your camera. If you don't have a tripod, you can always build a support for your camera out of LEGO bricks. Just don't hold the camera in your hands.
 I made it 
  September 8, 2010
Quoting Daz Hoo "A MOC is only as good as the pictures showcasing it" I always say... If you want us to comment on a creation, take the time to take good pictures of it. These pictures are blurry, and we can't make out the details.
Daz, I'm not very good, so please don't judge me about that stuff...I did take my time, but I have no way to do any of the cool stuff you guys do...
  September 8, 2010
"A MOC is only as good as the pictures showcasing it" I always say... If you want us to comment on a creation, take the time to take good pictures of it. These pictures are blurry, and we can't make out the details.
 
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