‘Minimates’ toy line gave me much positive emotions. Being a huge fan of ‘Spider Man’ movies, I chose my first collection and can say that it’s as Amazing as the Spider Man! The special square style is combined with the great atmosphere of the story. I created two dioramas and …
DUPLO and toy photography isn’t often something that go together.
A six image report, and the final part of the Zone trilogy. part 1 | part 2
Rain. The nemesis of the outdoor toy photographer. Or is it? Sure, we’ve all been there. We’ve planned a day outdoors taking photos of toys. Our bags are packed, our batteries charged, and then it starts raining, devastating our plans. Dang it! Yeah, it can be a jerk. But hear …
Humor and toy photography seems like a match made in heaven…or is it? In this second episode of the Toy Photographers Podcast mini season, we (Kristina and Shelly) talk about using humor as a tool in toy photography. Join us as we continuing our quest to find define exactly what …
Antique Swirly Goodness with a modern Twist I have recently had a great time shooting with the Twist 60 lens by Lensbaby. The Twist 60 optic is designed to emulate a Petzval Lens from the 1840s. The effect is a desirable swirly background blur with a large tack sharp center …
Awesome Light = Awesome Photos Amazing light has always been something that attracts people to photos.
Subtle differences in angle, light, pose, and crop can make a huge difference in the emotion and story conveyed by your photo.
It’s no secret that I love my Lensbaby Composer lens system. In fact, its this lens that has been giving me the pictorialist style images that I love to create.
Thanks for your attention! Ann @Miss_Feklista
One of the ways to add energy to a photo is to introduce a sense of motion.
During James’ podcast break we (Kristina and I) will do a short podcast-series about “What toy photography is”.
Like most toy photographers and also amidst a growing trend, I like to bring along some toys to shoot while holidaying.
At the start of the year, I decided I needed a new project. 5 months into the year, I’m checking in with how it’s all going.
The Legend of Zelda has been my favourite video game of all time and taking Zelda related toy photos has been a blast to me.
It’s no secret that I like beer. And I like toy photography. So, when a chance meeting at my local bar led to the offer to collaborate with a craft beer reviewer and photographer, of course I jumped at the opportunity!
So many of you know me as the photographer who likes to composite toys into my shots.
I think most people that know me, or are familiar with my work, probably know that I don’t really consider myself so much of a photographer as much as I do a digital artist that uses the photos I take as sort of canvas to create my work upon.
Happy Star Wars Day, everyone!
Inspired by the children’s book “Where’s My Mommy?”. Joshua Kittleson @thegreyklerik