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365 days of photojournalism with Stormtroopers

Lanxon (1713660) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Lanxon (1713660) writes "It's totally bizarre: For one French fan, the Stormtrooper has become an obsession, and Stormtroopers 365 is a collection of wacky, witty and artistic photographs that its creator Stéfan Le Dû has been adding to daily since 3 April 2009 when the project began, reports Wired. "I got a new camera and I had some Stormtrooper figures sleeping in their blister packs for months. I wanted to start something a bit challenging on Flickr, and I had previously seen some awesome Star Wars toys pictures, and other "365" projects that I really liked." The two starring Stormtroopers — TK455 and TK479 — have run into cats, clocks, various household implements and even a DeLorean sports car."
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Xeno man (1614779) | more than 4 years ago | (#31699872)

The photos and poses set up are very well done. They look very life like but I wonder how many you can actually do before you run out of good ideas.
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