Adding paint to action figures can bring out detail and add an aged look. Dave tries painting and weathering a Black Series Baby Yoda figure.
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2020. A lot of people use this time of year to to reflect on the past year and set goals for the new year. When it comes to my creative self, I dislike setting goals. Art is too much of a fickle mistress to plan …
Sometimes my inner vision is stronger than my real vision. Where one may see a pleasant beach scene, I see an Imperial invasion.
I may have created a toy photography monster. Last week I travelled to Orlando to hang out with an amazing group of photography friends that we refer to as the Scavengers. This is the group of awesome folks that got me into photography in the first place, and many are …
I am quite convinced that there are few things better than hanging out with other creatives and engaging in ones art with them.
I was expecting to release one more podcast episode before taking a short break, but life doesn’t always go according to plan.
My last post was all about my thoughts on which toys to pack for the Utah Toy Photo Safari.
Whenever I plan a trip the question of which figures I should bring inevitably rears its ugly head.
I have never been super comfortable taking toy photos out in public, especially when I travel. I have done so from time to time, but normally when I felt I could do it and escape notice. Its not that I am ashamed of taking photos of toys, I just dislike …
Training Rey: When the Multiverse Unites ~ A Six Image Narrative by Janan Lee
It is no secret to frequent readers of Toy Photographers that we are big fans of Lume Cube lights. Their size and power are well suited for toy photography. Recently Lume Cube has sent us some new attachments to review.
We’re super stoked to review two Hasbro Star Wars Black Series, thanks to our friends at Big Bad Toy Store (BBTS). They even sent us two extra Black Series to giveaway!
This week I learned that sticks and stones don’t just break bones, they also make excellent additions to your indoor photo studio!
Does what kind of toy you photograph define you as a toy photographer?
It’s time for a new episode of the Toy Photographers Podcast! Until now, most of my guests primarily shoot LEGO, but this week we’re looking at another major corner of the toy photography world: Action figures!