“It’s both challenging and rewarding,” says Wisconsin resident Jesse Feyereisen about his newfound love for photographing toy figurines. What started as a random shot of a Darth Vader figure he received for Christmas turned into a passionate fascination for producing cinematic scenes with toys as the heroes of the photographs. As Jesse explains, it’s more than just close-up photography, with much pre- and post-production work needed. With the results sometimes rivaling what you see on the big screens, he’s really making images that look out of this world.Continue reading…
Conflict Photographer Action Figure Is Probably The Real Father of the Baby That Barbie Pushes Around in a Stroller
Photographers are sensationalized and admired because everyone thinks our jobs are so dreamy. They’re so dreamy in fact that they’re now being immortalized in plastic. Behold the conflict photographer action figure. He comes with a camera, bag, lenses, dashing good looks, interchangeable clothes, a pen, notebook, and more.
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