A behind the lens look at this year’s San Francisco Toy Safari
It’s been a long time since I had taken a road trip. And, I’m not talking about a casual 2-3 hour drive away from where I live.
This one would take 13 hours and some change, cursing through a couple of states, with a few cups of coffee.
But, we were on a mission. Along with Eric (IG:@intangibledandy), we were heading down to San Francisco for the big toy safari photography meet up. Though it was Eric’s second toy Safari, and my first. We were both in much anticipation to meet everyone and start shooting pics. Continue reading Lego on a road trip!
Looking back on my second Toy Photo Safari, I’ve realized that the event only gets better with return visits. The first event I attended was in Seattle last year (2016). At that time, I’d say I knew 75% of the people from their Instagram accounts, but had never met any of them in person. We had a great weekend and the newly found friendships were bolstered by social media over the next year. Now when I arrived in San Francisco I was happily reunited with a dozen friends I had taken pictures with before. Continue reading Toy safaris only get better with return visits
The San Francisco Toy Photographers meet-up has come and gone. A years worth of planning, organizing and a fair amount of worry, paid off in another epic weekend. There’s no way I can share with you the many moments, both small and large, that bonded this group together. We laughed, we shared toys, we shared equipment and we inspired each other in so many way. I will do my best to impart a little bit of the magic of our four days together. Continue reading The San Francisco Toy Photographers meet-up has come and gone