A six image report, and the final part of the Zone trilogy. part 1 | part 2
Awesome Light = Awesome Photos Amazing light has always been something that attracts people to photos.
Thanks for your attention! Ann @Miss_Feklista
Like most toy photographers and also amidst a growing trend, I like to bring along some toys to shoot while holidaying.
The Legend of Zelda has been my favourite video game of all time and taking Zelda related toy photos has been a blast to me.
So many of you know me as the photographer who likes to composite toys into my shots.
Happy Star Wars Day, everyone!
Inspired by the children’s book “Where’s My Mommy?”. Joshua Kittleson @thegreyklerik
A six image narrative (or report) from the Zone.
My last post was all about my thoughts on which toys to pack for the Utah Toy Photo Safari.
When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle. Then I realised that the Lord doesn’t work that way so I stole one and asked Him to forgive me. – Emo Philips Marco – The Aphol
I created my recent Endor series as a challenge to push myself and see if I could create scenes that were based in a more real-world setting compared to my usual brick-built backdrops.
”Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” (George Eastman) In parts 1 and 2 of this series I covered the design and building of a lighting stage and its associated lighting …
So over the last little while, I have been watching a lot of Teletubbies, I find it rather relaxing… No, actually my youngest has become addicted. Now whether you have kids or not, you are all familiar with Teletubbies. So after watching a few episodes, I noticed something had changed …
I’ve been a fan of Star Wars and LEGO for as long as I can remember, I won’t go into exact numbers but we’re talking decades! For the last three years I’ve been shooting LEGO recreations of iconic scenes from the saga and my usual style is to build every …
Whenever I plan a trip the question of which figures I should bring inevitably rears its ugly head.
“If all the world’s a stage then I want better lighting” – Rob Coles If you have not yet read part 1 then this post may not make a lot of sense. Feel free to pop on over to part 1 then return here. I’ll wait, I promise. If the …
As we often share stories from toy photographers about their “Why” (see JoanMarcF’s post or Carlos Hernández’s for a couple of recent ones), it got me thinking about how we find our place as a toy photographer, and specifically finding a niche within the fictional universes we love.
To Infinity… A Six Image Narrative by James Garcia Do you have a six image narrative you would like to share on the blog? Drop us a line through our contact form and we can talk.
“All the World’s a Stage, and all the toys and figures merely players” (William Shakespeare if he was a toy photographer) Some time ago I was lucky enough to be able to visit an Aardman exhibition Wallace and Gromit and Friends, which introduced me to the behind the scenes world …