Last week I set myself a challenge, go on vacation and only take photos of mini figures with my iPhone 6s. I know, not the biggest challenge, but when you’ve been photographing with a DSLR and a dedicated macro lens for a while, it can be hard to switch back. Continue reading Toys on Vacation – an iPhone challenge
As we’re preparing for our next article for Bricks Culture I thought I would share an excerpt from our last article about how to take your toys on vacation. If you would like to read the entire article and see all the photographs contributed by members of the Stuck in Plastic family, I encourage you to order a digital or print copy of issue #6.
Toys on Vacation
Passport… toothbrush… mini figures. Photography collective Stuck in Plastic explains why you should make your LEGO mini figures part of your next getaway. Continue reading Toys on Vacation (an excerpt)
I enjoy taking toys on vacation. But no matter how much I enjoy the process, it rarely works out as I’ve imagined. This past week has been no different. Continue reading Toys on Vacation – the bitter truth
Do you take your toys on vacation with you? If you do, then we need your help! Continue reading Do you take your toys on vacation?
You might recall an earlier post where I wrote about going on vacation and the challenges I had with that. Well, I’m happy to report I am writing this while on previously mentioned vacation. It’s been glorious! I am not trying to kick sand in the faces of my North Atlantic Seaboard brethren, but this beats the heck outta where you’re at right now. Continue reading Not a Chance!
I am heading home after a five day adventure in the Moab region of Utah.
Four of those days involved photographing lego with decidedly mixed results.
I realized I was outside my comfort zone shooting in harsh light, with rocks and sparse vegetation as my only textures. Photographing in the lush Pacific Northwest with its mossy rocks and dappled sunlight seems like a walk in the park by comparison.
But how in the world do I translate that to the macro world?
To learn from our mistakes?
To play outside our comfort zone?
He’s an artist that continually challenges himself with different techniques and also challenges the viewer with his message.