In Digirama : Part 01, we focused on finding the right image for your indoor shot. In this installment, the main focus will be the importance of lighting your shot and how it can make or break your scene. Hold on to your butts!
We pick up where we left off and conclude our entertaining and insightful interview with David Igo from Sideshow Collectibles alongside more incredible images taken behind the scenes from the in-house photography team.
This is truly something special. We are incredibly excited to share the news that we recently had the opportunity to have a chat with Sideshow Collectibles Art Director David Igo on all things Sideshow alongside some exclusive behind-the-scenes shots of the in-house photography team staging their material. Seriously, […]
One of our favourite things to do at Exclu is to reconnect with all those we have featured and to continue showcasing their work and their development. To that end we checked in with Issue 2 photographer Trevor Williams and he now brings us a thorough behind the […]
We’re really excited to be able to share a behind the scenes look a the photography of one of the communities heavy weight photographers Nick Deak @shakem78 as he shows the goings on behind camera on his recent Chewie-centric shoot.
The sharing of knowledge and techniques is just one aspect that makes our community so engaging and informative and so we are always looking to provide a platform for those who are looking to educate people on Toy Photography Techniques. To that end we present a feature that […]
One of the things I enjoy most about flipping through my instagram feed is the creativity behind the work posted by toy photographers. Everything from traditional dioramas, beautiful outdoor scenic setups, as well as the utilization of effects (both practical and digital) create diversity throughout the community. I […]
We’re reconnecting with issue 1 featured artist Juris Tobing to take a look behind the scenes on his latest Marvel themed shoot. Juris shares with us his digital editing process from raw shot to final image and shows us that budget equipment combined with a minimal amount of […]
My First Foray Into Indoor Toy Photography Using GTP’s Space Walls or How to Make the Transition From an Outdoor Toy Photographer to an Indoor Toy Photographer Hey toy photographers, Matt Heywood here, or as some may know me on Instagram, @heywoodpop. In my latest exclusive piece for […]
Often the most intriguing part of Toy Photography is the process of taking a conceptual idea and then playing it and executing it and then looking back and breaking down that process to assess what has been learnt and what can be applied to future endeavours. We’re really […]
The next entry in our Behind The Scenes series comes from photographer Sergio Santos as he shares his photographic process on his latest Ultron-centric shoot exclusively for exclucollective.com including a full image breakdown of his set-up and the final shoot from the series.
The Toy Community is made up of such a huge and diverse range of licenses and characters and this feature shines a light on the sub-genre of toy Photography that is inspired by the great work that is shown by the guys over at Articulated Comic Book Art […]