This week our challenge is inspired by some posts I’ve spotted over on THIS website showcasing some great product photography! After reaching out, we have a handful of images to share for a little inspiration!
A big thanks to Oziii Obsessions Photography for his help with this challenge!
Toy photography is super fun! you can make it as realistic or as far from realistic as you like, and just have fun with it! Toys, Jedi, Dolls, , Lego, Cars..
I’ve just found a small plastic man wearing a hiking backpack on my desk, I don’t know what adventures he’ll have this week, but I’ll be posting them in our Facebook group if you’re interested!
Toy photography isn’t about merely taking a toy, snapping a photo and “job done” it’s well, have a read over here! ‘Getting Started in Toy Photography on dPS’
Don’t have time for a read, here’s a summary “The challenge of Toy Photography is to make the toy “lifelike”; to remove that “plastic-feel” to it and to make it more human. Most Toy Photographers put their subjects into everyday, mundane scenes. You are limited only by your imagination”
Still stuck? There’s another great article over here – clickety click – that might give you a splash of inspiration.
Make sure to use the hashtag #dPSToyPhotoChallenge if you’re posting on social media, or share your photo in the comments on this post, you can find details on how to do that below.
Great! How do I upload my photos?
Upload your photo into the comments field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section below this post) and they’ll get embedded for us all to see. Or, if you’d prefer, upload them to your favourite photo-sharing site and leave the link to them.
Most of all, make a NEW photo for this challenge and have some creative fun with it!!
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