Tintin Travels Belgium

It was in the first post for this blog that I mentioned the idea of combining toy and ‘tourist’ photographs. This year I finally did it. Visiting Brussels, one of our first stops was the Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée where I got a mini figure of one of …

Mad Scientist’s notes

“My name is Dr. Curtis Connors. And yes, I’m left-handed. But I’m not a cripple, I’m a scientist, the world’s foremost authority on Herpetology, that’s Reptiles for those who don’t know. I want to fix myself, create a World Without Weakness!” “What you see here is a computer model of a …

Between a Brick and a Hard Place

Since starting on this toy photography path, I have been collecting and shooting articulated action figures. If you listened to my interview on the Toy Photographers podcast, I mentioned how I loved having a physical toy that reminds me of my youth. And although I didn’t say it in the …

The Rescue

The Rescue A six image narrative by Molly Selan Do you have an idea for a six image narrative you would like to see published on the blog? If so, check out our submission guidelines. We’re waiting to hear from you!

Why? by Konstantin

Hello, I’m Konstantin. For me, LEGO photography is not a hobby, it’s without exaggeration an integral part of my life. It all started in 2014, when I got the first smartphone with a good camera. At that time, I had no idea what photography was all about. I just liked …