Photography is all about light, composition and, most importantly, emotion. – Larry Wilder I aim to make emotive photos that […]
I originally wrote this post, and published it on Toy Photographers in 2017, but it constantly remains oh so relevant. […]
June 29 & 30 I attended my first ever WordCamp. #wcjax
I never know if it’s simply the miniature spaces I frequent, or a worldwide phenomenon, but I’ve been seeing miniature […]
I originally published this list on toyphotographers.com June 2017. Almost 2 years later I’ve revisited it to try to learn […]
I’ve been photographing my 5 inch tall Body Chan doll for some time. Her smooth, bare, plastic body was precisely […]
I got a comment on one of my mini cooking posts recently on where to get the food necessary for doing your own mini cooking. Once I also discovered a similar question in my blog searches a few times I thought it was time to do a formal post on the matter.
How do I make money in toy photography?
There are actually quite a few ways to do this, however no path is a sure or easy bet. And in all honesty, making money from toy photography is not much different to how you can make money from photography in general.