Do the holidays inspire your toy photography? Shelly is learning to embrace the holidays as inspiration for her own creative endevours.
Adam Burke shows a toy photo mashup three years in the making: Disney Toybox Monsters Inc. meets NECA horror’s scariest killers.
Using LEGO and the guidelines of our Six-Image Narrative series, Shelly Corbett takes a brief trip to an underwater world with her toys as her guide.
Enjoy Kristina and Shelly’s podcast discussion about the deeper meanings that can be found in toy photography.
Regular contributors Gibbo, Dave and Tomek created images of imaginary toy conference calls. Now we challenge you to do the same with our free template!
If you’re a close observer of the toy photography community you’ve probably seen an increase in toy photographs tagged with #lumecube and wondered what all the fuss is about. So we’re here to review the Lume Cube – a review with the toy photographer in mind. Background The Lume Cube …
Have you ever taken a toy photo without the toy? Well, maybe not quite without the toy, but certainly without the figure. As toy photographers, we so often photograph figures. I mean, that’s the whole point right? Telling stories about and with our toy figures, be it LEGO, Playmobil, Hasbro, …