Photo Moment: May the Force Be With You.

A picture like this can tell a thousand words.

When me and two fellow classmates were producing our final photos for our final stop-frame animation film yesterday, one of my fellow classmates brought in a set of Star Wars Figurines, from the likes of Jar Jar Binks to Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, and yesterday came the Storm Trooper, which was stood on my friend’s Manfrotto tripod, and I took the opportunity to take this photo, which was originally in colour, but because the Star Wars Storm Trooper character was the main character in this photo, I decided to put my own spin on this photo by changing it to black and white first after taking it in colour with the Camera+ app (recommended), and afterwards, I used the Instagram filter, Sutro, to make further edits to the photo, and the photo above is the final result that I achieved.

Below is the photo in full, and is of a high-resolution, which is perfect as a Laptop/PC Wallpaper or Screensaver, and it can also be used as an iPhone, iPod touch and iPad wallpaper, and works on all Android, Mac and Windows devices.

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Storm Trooper – Star Wars

Do you like the final result of this photo I took in the photography studio at Croydon College?

Please feel free to feedback what you think in the comments below.

Your feedback is much appreciated :-).

Alex Smithson

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