LEGO Mos Eisley’s buildings, vehicles and characters, including a handful who appear for the first time in minifigure form, set the stage for many hours of toy photo fun.
Shortly after Jeremy Bulloch’s death was announced, toy photographers went about expressing grief and admiration with images of Boba Fett.
Toy photographers with love for Star Wars reacted swiftly to David Prowse’s death, posting new images or reposting old favorites in honor of the Darth Vader actor.
Each October, Instagram is rife with horror and Halloween-themed images from a wide range of toy photographers.
Who could be a better subject for this spooky season than Mr. Halloween himself, Michael Myers?
Explore 10 Instagram feature accounts that will inspire and excite, and might even help your toy photography reach a broader audience.
The untimely death of Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman hit the toy photography community hard. We process grief through art.
Toy photographer Brian Hickey (@brianthehick) received the Arts Council of Ireland’s COVID-19 Crisis Response Award for his inspiring sci-fi pulp photos.
Toy photographers process George Floyd’s death, protests and a country in crisis through an artistic lens, with no punches pulled.
Explore the LEGO Hidden Side Wrecked Shrimp Boat for toy photography in this review.
Inspired by legendary Russian sniper Lyudmila Mikhailovna Pavlichenko, Oliver Peterson (@oliversees) tells a WWII toy photo story in 1:18 scale.
Members of the Toy Photographers team and some of the most talented toy photographers in the game celebrate ‘The Mandalorian’ for Star Wars Day 2020.
As jANTMANuary, the month dedicated to shooting our Ant-Man figures in 1:1 scale, comes to a close, we thought it might be fun to look at all the ways this character can be used in our toy photography—especially when it comes to scale. The beautiful thing about Ant-Man is his …
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker officially opens Friday, December 20—superfans will be watching Thursday night—but we’ve already had a good look at the movie through all the trailers, merchandise and, of course, action figures. Without seeing or spoiling the film, talented toy photographers around the world have been recreating …
Toy photographer Oliver Peterson, aka @oliversees, shares the story of how he went from collecting action figures to following his toy photography muse.