Toy Photographers are excited to announce that we have another creative toy photography contest, a Riddikulus contest! And you could win the LEGO Hogwarts Castle and other Harry Potter LEGO by entering!
I know what you are thinking: “What is DEIMOS, and why does it have rules?” Furthermore your thoughts likely lean towards “Why do I care?”, and “anything on Netflix?”
After a busy month of podcasting, it was fun and refreshing to reunite with Kristina to discuss our latest theme, “Reflections.”
In three days, I’ll reach a major creative milestone: My 5 year anniversary as a toy photographer! So why does it feel like I’m just getting started?
Today I would like to celebrate the entries in our September G+ Community Challenge: Food!
The London Toy Safari took place last weekend. We had 12 toy photographers in all, and it was pretty epic.
Punk Rock Spider-Man ~ a six image narrative by Janan M Lee (@spideygoeshygge)
Last weekend Shelly and I had the unenviable task helping judge the winners of Lume Cube’s Ultimate Toy Photo Contest.
“Behind the scenes” is not only about finding the right toys, building sets, lighting, and camera operation – it is also about intellectual processes.
After Sunny joined us on the podcast for the Lume Cube roundtable review, I immediately invited him back to do a full interview. He’s been on my list of hopeful guests since the podcast started, as he’s one of my favorite toy photographers and has such a unique style.
One of the joys of toy photography for me is creating stories about beloved characters from my favorite fandoms.
Every photograph you take is a reflection of you.
The London Toy Safari starts tomorrow, and I’ll be hosting 11 Toy Photographers over the weekend, showing them the sights of the city!
A Portrait for the King ~ A Six Image Narrative by Zee Fowler (aka Demarcation Media)
…and I’m cool with that! Just because there aren’t photographs of toys being added to my memory cards, it doesn’t mean I’m not still working on toy photography, even if some might call it work!
Hi everyone, my name is Astrid, I‘m 56 years old and I‘m a toy photographer from Bremen in the north of Germany.
Get ready for a big episode of the podcast this week, because I interviewed Johnny Wu, aka SgtBananas! Johnny has been called an “Instagram sensation” by outlets like the Wall Street Journal and Yahoo, had a book of his work published by Dynamite Comics, and has worked with big companies …
For the last 9 months, I’ve had the privilege of interviewing toy photographers from around the world for over 30 episodes (and counting!) of the podcast. When first pitching the show to Shelly and Brett, I hoped it could be an extension of the “Why?” posts we do here on the …
I hate to admit this, but I’m not photographing enough. Not enough to be as good as I want to be. I was reminded of this while I was returning home from dropping my daughter off at college. I was listening to the LensWork Podcast, catching up and looking for …
After over six years of living in my area, I finally decided to make a little effort to go find some woodland to play in.