In Episode #96 of the Toy Photographers podcast Kristina and I take a step back from toy photography and look at the bigger picture of being a photographer in “Photographs Not Taken: a book discussion”. Photographs Not Taken: A collection of Photographers’ Essays is edited by Will Steacy an American …
Besides our talk about low-key lighting, we also explore how the pandemic is affecting our creativity and other dilemmas.
Join Dave, Oliver, Adam and Alan for a roundtable podcast discussion on one of photography’s most important topics, lighting.
Introducing a new Podcast Theme: LEGO reviews. Check out Shelly and Marco’s discussion about current reviews on BrickCentral and ToyPhotographers.com.
In the latest episode of the Toy Photographers Podcast, Kristina and I discuss the images we create around Kindness, as well as two submissions from the community.
Enjoy Kristina and Shelly’s podcast discussion about the deeper meanings that can be found in toy photography.
Kristina and Shelly continue their podcast series with a conversation about “Hope”. Beginning with episodes about “Escape” and “Normal“, now they continue with “Hope” as seen through the eyes of toy photography. Community Submissions Before you listen to the podcast take a quick look at the following images. Kristina and …
Toy Photographers Podcast episode featuring a conversation between Danny Neumann and Shelly Corbett. Look at Super Neumanns & The Quiet Life of G Rider.
Toy Photographers Shelly Corbett and Kristina Alexanderson explore capturing “Normal” in our chosen art form and discuss in a new podcast.
In Toy Photographers Podcast Episode 87 – Escape, Kristina and Shelly discuss the idea of escape and how this theme can be expressed in toy photography.
In the latest Toy Photographers podcast: Shelly Corbett talks with Alan Rappa, Luigi Priori and Anna Bitanga about COVID-19 and Creativity.
Spring is in the air, so you know what that means… It’s time for another of our season-themed podcast episodes!
German toy photographer Astrid Heyland returns to the show to take a special deep dive into her work with interviewer Kristina Alexanderson.
This week, we’re taking a trip to that galaxy far, far away for a special review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker—from a toy photographer’s perspective.
One of the fun challenges of toy photography is bringing our plastic, inanimate objects to life. An effective way to do this is to capture them moving, or imply that they’re moving. We saw many great examples of this in last month’s MeWe community “Leap” challenge, and Kristina and I …
For 2020 Shelly and I have started a new podcast series. The idea is to highlight some of the creative aspects of photography. It will air one a month and in short be me talking to other photographers about their work, what they do, and why they do whatever they …
If you’ve been following the blog, and particularly Shelly’s work, you’ve no doubt seen the fantastic custom Mouse Guard minifigures created by Crazy Bricks‘ Guy Himber. If you’re like me and have been wanting to photograph the long out-of-stock figures yourself, you’re in luck!
What comes to mind when you think of the color red? Like all colors, red symbolizes and brings to mind a plethora of emotions. For our first creative exercise of the year, Kristina and I decided to finally tackle a bit of color theory, and see how we intentionally use …
It’s official: 2019 is behind us, a new year is in full swing, and the times, they are a changin’! Who better to discuss the changes happening here at Toy Photographers than our two fearless leaders, Shelly and Alan?
Hello, dear podcast listeners, and happy new year! After taking a much-needed break over the holidays, we are back and excited for what’s to come in Year three (can you believe it?) of the show.