Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

  Creative photographer Benedek Lampert is a big fan of the aerospace industry. He likes space travel and everything related to space research, especially the moon landing. Because this year happened to be the 50th anniversary of the moon landing in 1969, he used Lego to reshape some famous historical pictures. In this series, he wanted to pay tribute to all the scientists who participated in this incredible moon landing project. Therefore, Lampert did a lot of research on the moon landing to reproduce this historical journey as accurately as possible.

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

   Saturn 5 The launch vehicle lifts off

   “Everyone likes the secret behind the photos, of course I also like the behind-the-scenes photos.” Therefore, Lampert will show you some behind-the-scenes of making photos with LEGO and other props, and Comparison of real historical photos taken.

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

   on the moon orbit Aircraft

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

   Earth Up

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

   landing On the surface of the moon

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

  BuzzAldrin stepped out of the aircraft

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

  Put the American flag

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

   Moonwalk

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

  More sci-fi scene

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

  ”Human Space Station” fantasy scene

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

   rocket spray smoke effect made of cotton

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

   Moon surface model made of gypsum powder

Photo of space rocket by photographer Benedek Lampert

  The flying vehicle and the earth rising up and shooting highlights

   “Basically I don’t use photoshop for production,” Lampert said. “I made many different scenes with everything I had on hand, or looked for some suitable places to shoot. When necessary, I also used water spray or smoke. Because natural smoke or dust is very complicated, because you cannot predict it. What effect will it have.” So Lampert spent a lot of time studying these images.

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