About Toy Shooter

We Shoot Toys

Toy Shooter is dedicated to helping you create incredible photographs of your toys and collectibles.

The site regularly posts articles and video tutorials on how to plan shoot, lighting and techniques; and covers post production in software like Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.

Our goal is to make you a better toy photographer.

Why Shoot Toys?

Photography isn't a spectator sport.

Most photographers with a passion for creating images face big hurdles realizing their ideas.

Landscape and nature photographers have to get up before dawn, travel extensively and brave the elements as they wait for hours to capture a moment.

Fashion Model photographers have to develop a whole new skill set in working with talent, and dealing with the expense and troubles that come with hair, clothing, make up and emotions.

Don't get me started on weddings ...

Toys come pre-dressed and ready for action.

They'll wait on your set as long as you like, never make you step outside (unless you want to) and allow you to take the time to frame them, light them and get a great shot.

Because they're small, you can quickly develop "minature" photography studios at a fraction of the cost of human-sized equivalents.

Toy photography is a space where you can hone your photography skills at your own pace in the comfort of your own home.

Toy photography allows you to create any idea and scene you can think of, given a bit of creativity and patience.

How Toy Shooter Can Help

If you're just getting started or looking to improve your work, you'll find something to help your photography here on Toy Shooter.

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