Dave drops some knowledge in his talk about creating an image, diorama and all, from the 2021 Toy Photographers 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?
Do the holidays inspire your toy photography? Shelly is learning to embrace the holidays as inspiration for her own creative endevours.
Sometimes Deadpool is a good guy with a good heart. Sometimes he just kills for money. Often he is somewhere in-between.
To celebrate the return of Boba Fett, I wanted to make a couple images to recreate the scene in The Mandalorian Episode 9.
Find out what’s happening at this year’s Toy Photographers virtual meet-up on the weekend of January 8–10, 2021!
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.
Looking for an affordable gift for the toy photographer in your life? This list works for Christmas gifts, birthday gifts–or treat yourself!
Shortly after Jeremy Bulloch’s death was announced, toy photographers went about expressing grief and admiration with images of Boba Fett.
Free toy photo downloads for holiday greeting cards. Happy holidays from the Toy Photographers editorial team!
Dave explores the “Art of” book series—perfect for toy photographers, geeks and fans of Star Wars and Marvel films.
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.
While all activities will be virtual and socially distanced, this won’t stop us from connecting, sharing our toy photography set-ups and collaborating!
When I think of Dave Towery I think of the above quote. I wonder if he knew how much he influenced and touched other toy photographers in this community?
Mark Hogancamp used his mental illness to create real works of art, and touched a lot of lives by doing so—including my own.
Dave Towery left behind a legion of toy photography friends. Maybe you didn’t know him directly, but his work influenced so many toy photographers
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?
After working with The LEGO Group’s social media team for a couple of years, Shelly explains why she won’t photograph for LEGO anymore.
Age Of Mecha™ figures and mechs appear sturdy and well-balanced on their feet, which will make for great toy photography.