Considering diptychs are composed of two separate images that make a whole, it’s fitting that we covered them twice on the podcast. And as it turns out, it may have been my favorite challenge to date.
For our first themed podcast episode of the year, Kristina and I are tackling our biggest challenge yet: Diptychs!
Are you still feeling nostalgic about 2018? Are you still writing an 8 instead of a 9 on all of your checks? Then this is the podcast for you!
For our last themed podcast episode of the year, Kristina and I tackled one of our biggest subjects yet: Portraiture!
And we’re back! Thank you for bearing with me for the last few weeks as I’ve been sick. I’m itching to get back into recording the podcast, and am excited to have recorded another one of our themed episodes with Kristina.
After a busy month of podcasting, it was fun and refreshing to reunite with Kristina to discuss our latest theme, “Reflections.”
I may be biased, but I’m thrilled for this month’s themed episode of the podcast. This was one of our best themes to date. So good in fact, that we invited a special guest onto the show to discuss it!
Now that we’ve tried taking Still Life photography with toys, Kristina and I have moved on to another classic photography style: Landscapes!
On this week’s episode of the podcast, Kristina and I tackle Still Life photography!
On this week’s episode of the podcast, Kristina and I reunite to discuss the theme of “Choices.”
Having some time off from the podcast last week was nice, but I have to admit that I missed it! All week long I felt like I was forgetting something. I’m happy to be back in action, and am very proud of this month’s themed episode with my good friend …
It’s time for another themed episode of the Toy Photographers Podcast! This month, Kristina and I chose the theme “Power,” and came up with two completely different interpretations.
Before Kristina Alexanderson was ever the co-host of the monthly themed episodes of the Toy Photographers Podcast, she was a guest! I wanted to interview her for several reasons: Her friendship and history of collaboration with Shelly, our mutual love of Stormtroopers, and the fact that I frankly didn’t know …
Change is hard. Even though I knew Kristina’s last post was coming, it still broke my heart. I respect Kristina’s decision to go her own way, and I’m grateful she will continue our challenges, at least in the short term. I will confess there’ve been a few too many changes on …