I’ve started photographing this green tinted glass head. I only have a vague idea of the images I mean to make with it, so it’s all very experimental at the … Continue reading Glass Head
A bit of a blog summary for all my new visitors.
“Art is the expression of those beauties and emotions that stir the human soul.” – Howard Pyle Photography as Art Photography had been around since 1840, but it was not … Continue reading Is Toy Photography Art?
“The inanimate toy repeats the still life’s theme of arrested life, the life of the tableau. But once the toy becomes animated, it initiates another world, the world of the … Continue reading Why Miniatures? Part 3 – On Longing
The original text of this article has been modified 3/21/2019. I want to discuss the history of the use of miniatures and toys in photographic works. I’ve seen a lot … Continue reading The History of Toy Photography
For the Pic and a Word Challenge #63… The sentiment Patrick expresses in his prompt post in regards to finding beauty in the grey made me think of this image … Continue reading Grey
Whether with toys, model railroad sets, war gaming miniatures, you name it, if you want realistic-looking image of miniature environments, this guide is for you.
Posting as part of the My Mini Monday series. A occasionally weekly feature where I discuss all things miniature, outside of the realm of my own miniature photographic scenes. Why … Continue reading Why Miniatures?