Mando, Grogu and a Tusken friend shine in this new LEGO The Mandalorian Trouble on Tatooine set 75299.
Toy photographer Sabrina Perry plays in puddles with LEGO Harry Potter minifigures.
Find out how the LEGO Creator Expert Porsche 911 (10295) holds up under the stresses of toy photography.
LEGO minifigures tend to tiny tomatoes in this six-image narrative by Matt Frederick.
Tomek explores and photographs LEGO Series 21 minifigures in pairs.
LEGO’s new Brickheadz Pets Budgie and Goldfish are put through their paces in this review by toy photographer Teddi Deppner.
The challenge: Three toy photographers are assigned the prompt “Couples” and asked for a six-image narrative. Here’s what they created.
Dave drops some knowledge in his talk about creating an image, diorama and all, from the 2021 Toy Photographers Virtual Meet-up.
Toy photographer Alan Rappa brings the new the LEGO collectible minifigures series 21 characters indoors for this photo review.
I think it’s fair to say I’m just a little bit influenced by movies and popular culture. And for my first regular blog post I didn’t want to fall into the trap that is Star Wars. Don’t worry there will be plenty of time for Star Wars, I hope. Alternatively …
The Toy Photographers team explore and review PlayMonster’s Snap Ships, a fun, versatile addition to the constructible toy world.
Three toy photographers collaborate to re-create six scenes from the beloved international children’s classic “Le Petit Prince.”
Shots of toys celebrating National Pizza Day, from Deadpool, Yoda and Grogu to Spiderman, Goku and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
In this episode of the Toy Photographers Podcast we celebrate our members favorite photos of 2020, submitted during the 2021 virtual meet-up.
Each unique creation offers a very different look from its counterparts, yet together they clearly come from the same creative mind. But how did Fantastic Tanks capture so much attention from the toy photography community?
There’s no limit to the number of backgrounds we can create for our toy photos.
Do the holidays inspire your toy photography? Shelly is learning to embrace the holidays as inspiration for her own creative endevours.
Matt McDonald has the Kenner Bill & Ted action figures from when he was a kid, and he could not resist the new 5-inch FigBiz action figures!
Making models, like this Tamiya tank, for use in toy photography opens a whole new avenue for finding subject matter to shoot.
Toy photographer Teddi Deppner takes the LEGO Minifigure Series 21 out into the wilds of her foothills property for an all-outdoor photoshoot.