The I-TS Transport is an original creation, designed by Disney Imagineers for the Rise of the Resistance attraction at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in both Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
Looking for an affordable gift for the toy photographer in your life? This list works for Christmas gifts, birthday gifts–or treat yourself!
We had a far-ranging discussion that covered favorite locations, mishaps on the road, how we pack our toys and more.
With the end of 2020 on the horizon, the time feels right for me finally tackle my long overdue review of the LEGO Chinese New Year Temple Fair set (80105).
The Fox Forge Toys team discuss their Star Dusk Kickstarter campaign and plans for a growing galaxy of action figures, vehicles and more.
Join Dave, Oliver, Adam and Alan for a roundtable podcast discussion on one of photography’s most important topics, lighting.
The Toy Photographers team dug into our bins and unearthed some favorite vintage toys to shoot using modern photography techniques.
Toy photography doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Learn how to build effective backgrounds using items from your recycling bin.
Regular contributors Gibbo, Dave and Tomek created images of imaginary toy conference calls. Now we challenge you to do the same with our free template!
Alan offers a simple tutorial for creating a sunset silhouette with your toy photography. All it requires is a light source and some household items.
Read our review of the LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils set (21320) from a toy photography perspective. There’s a lot to like here!
The Toy Photographers team shares the indispensable tools and pieces of equipment that changed their toy photography for the better.
Alan reviews and shoots the LEGO Death Star II Battle (GWP) set 40407, was available free with $75 Shop.LEGO.com purchases for Star Wars Day 2020.
Alan Rappaport digs into the exciting cast from LEGO’s Collectible Minifigures Series 20, including feel tips, for the 10th anniversary CMF blind bags.
During a visit to the pet store for some goldfish essentials I discovered an entirely new realm of toy photography potential. No, it didn’t involve incorporating animals into my photos, but it did require ‘borrowing’ some accessories from the aforementioned goldfish. Aquatic ornamentation My plan was to quickly run in …
Just like most of the world, the ToyPhotographers.com team is hunkered down while the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds. In an effort to bring some much needed levity during this difficult time, I asked to the team to chime in on how they have been handling their “social distancing.” Alan Rappa Schools …
The Toy Photographers blog team explains what cameras they use and why, with hopes their wisdom will help new photographers choose their own kits.
Brick-built worlds will never be the same again, now that Borderlands’ lovable little wisecracking robot has entered the micro realm. In this post, I’ll be looking at the Claptrap micro figure from Mega Construx to see how well it stacks up for toy photography. CL4P-TP If you are unfamiliar with …
One of the most frequently asked questions of a photographer is about naming their favorite lens. A favorite lens is a very personal choice, and you can bet that if you ask five photographers this question you are going to get five different answers. With that in mind, I decided …
Today, I’m taking a look at two different interpretations of Star Wars’ most infamous Sith Lord, Darth Vader. I’ll be comparing The Hasbro Galaxy of Adventures Darth Vader (MSRP $9.99) to the Disney Store, ToyBox Darth Vader (MSRP $12.95) to see which one of these figures is best suited to …