Low Key Toy Photography
“High key” and “low key” are creative styles that photographers [...]
What I've learned over the last two years doing toy [...]
Toy photographers that focus on LEGO really have it made. [...]
Recently Shelly Corbett chatted with Sabrina Perry and Chris Whitlow [...]
This month on toyphotographers.com, our photography challenge is #tp_geometry. The [...]
Learn how to create Olympic ice to enjoy some toy photography with your figure skating, hockey playing LEGO minifigures.
Posing is the key to believability in toy photography. Check out this master class in posing your action figures by Ken Loh.
Learn some valuable tips and tricks to get the most out of enjoying toy photography in the snow.
Learn about how controlling blur levels affects bokeh in your toy photography, how to do it and some basic rules for the way cameras work.
This week's guest on The Toy Photographers Podcast, Chris Perry, [...]
Lens compression is a useful side effect of a narrow focal length. Learn how to use it for more impactful toy photography compositions.
Learn how to use leading lines to instantly improve the composition and narrative flow of your toy photography.
Toy photographer Tobias M. Schiel explains how narratives can be constructed using pictures as building blocks.
Framing your subject is an important photo skill to master. It tells your viewer where to look and what is important to you the photographer.
Toy photography doesn't have to cost a fortune. Learn how to build effective backgrounds using items from your recycling bin.