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Photography is encouraged, but you'll be fighting the lighting - it's dark, with the models picked out with harsh spotlighting, so you'll either need to use flash, a very high ISO which washes the colour out, or risk a long exposure. I'm very impressed with @Speedman29 for getting the quality he has. I'd suggest that if you go early on a weekday, you'd probably get away with using a tripod.
Also, if you can get there on a Monday, they seem to be doing a £10 special.
None of my griping takes away from the quality of the models though, which are by and large excellent. Didn't think much of the 'Cube room', where figures were made from, well, Lego cubes, but the rest are very good indeed.
I'll get my photos uploaded onto Flickr, see if they've come out ok and then post a link.
Belated Birthday wishes to @BooTheMightyHamster, hope you had a good one. :o)
Photos from AOTB:DC if anyone's interested. A few are a bit fuzzy, but I've culled the worst. As you'll see from the comments, I'm not sure who everyone is!
Thanks for sharing! I love the humour you've put in the (sub)titles of your pics.
Does anyone who visited know how Sawaya did those loose bricks behind superman's cape?
Nice photos and some wonderful comments.
I am now eagerly awaiting the new televised series surrounding the backstory of 'The pointy Lance of Pointing'. :)