There are many genres of photography that are growing at an incredibly fast rate these days thanks to cameras becoming more accessible to the masses, and because of what can be created in post production with software like Photoshop.
Australian photographer Snaptoy plays with her action toys and uses photography to tell their entertaining stories. Brisbane based Snaptoy creates a universe where action figures come to life and express themselves through wonderful instagram photos and videos.
Have you ever seen LEGO photos with mantis or snail? Did you know that LEGO figures were existed thousands of years ago? No? Then this is your article! I started this LEGO photography – or I would say “Legography” – in June 2016.
Boozed up Stormtroopers, Jabba the Hut binging on Caramel Wafers washed down with Buckfast and Darth Vader sitting on the throne (of sorts). These hilarious scenes are the work of Scottish artist and photographer David Gilliver who uses Star Wars toys and doll house props to depict these much loved characters like you've never seen them before.
We have featured Felix Hernandez's wonderful scaled toy car model photography on toy Audi R8 here. Felix continues to push his creativity in photographing scaled models, this time reviving the beloved "The General Lee", a 1969 Dodge Charger from The Dukes of Hazzard TV series.
Driven by his love for science fiction, Amr Elshamy has always visualized the scene of a flying UFO beaming up a house in the middle of nowhere. To make this happen in an image, he used scaled models, photography, Photoshop and obviously some wildly vivid imagination.