When I got the chance to go to the LEGO House this year, there was one set I wanted to pick up. The little Architecture version of the house.
I’ve been a bit of a Toy Photographers community failure in the last few months. I’ve had a lot on my plate, and inspiration to write and join in the community has been hard.
Please excuse the break on the Harry Potter set reviews! I thought I would go for something a little different this week! Whilst I was on toy safari in Denmark this year, I did the typical toy safari thing and borrowed a few toys.
Another week, another Harry Potter LEGO review! This time I’m looking at The Knight Bus (set 75957), one of my favourite sets from this round! It’s not the biggest of sets, but that makes it perfect for sticking it in a bag and taking it out!
This week I’m sharing a review of the new Harry Potter LEGO set Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeak’s Rescue (Set 75947). As with all my LEGO reviews there is no piece count, and no build review, just an honest look at the potential for toy photography.
With another lot of Harry Potter LEGO sets out, it was time for this Potterhead toy photographer to take the sets out for a toy photography spin! First up, I’m going to be looking at the Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge (set 75946). This is a mid-sized set in the new …
You will have to forgive this non-toy focused post today! Instead of a review, or a how-to, I wanted to spend a little time talking about our weekly(ish) email newsletter! Sent to almost 300 people each week, our newsletter contains all the latest posts and news from the Toy Photographers …
With my next toy safari just around the corner (Denmark, with the gang from Stuck in Plastic), I thought it might be time to finally break out one of the toys I purchased during the last toy safari I went on – to Cambridge.
DUPLO and toy photography isn’t often something that go together.
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.
With some long awaited classic Disney characters included, I was eager to get my hands on Series 2 of the LEGO Disney minifigures.
After last years Kinder Surprise disappointments, I wasn’t going to get anymore to photograph.
Like so many toy photographers, I carry a pretty much permanent selection of toys in a toy box in my bag for quick photo sessions.
Who would have thought that teeny tiny rubber toys would bring such fun for toy photographers? And yet, the good luck minis from Safari Ltd do just that!
I headed out on the Cambridge toy safari last week.
As a toy photographer, I’ve borrowed a lot of things before in the name of photography. One thing I hadn’t borrowed before was a camera.
Happy Valentine’s Day fellow toy photographers!
Taking flight – a six image narrative
A few weeks ago I shared a link in the email newsletter (have you signed up yet?) to an article called Bokeh Photography: Everything you ever wanted to know.
Last year I didn’t start a single photo project. This year, I’m going back to project based photography.