Here's a set of pictures posted by the talented and dedicated photographer Hiroaki Yoshimatsu of his home studio, as an insight into how serious photographers set up their studios and shoots.
One thing for sure, is how there are often no perfect products that solve all our problems. This shot by Hiroaki sees him printing his background of space and planet in 9 parts, on A4 paper, to stitch together into what he wants. I think this is a major reason why we love toy photography, everyone finds their own methods to achieve the ideas we have.
Love the imagery of this picture, UFOs beaming Godzilla and Kaiju away.
These albums in the Wonderfactory series present the knowledge, techniques and tricks of the trade that good toy photographers have accumulated over the years, and share it here with members of the larger community.
See the growing collection of knowledge and resources available from Wonderfactory Learning as PHOTO ALBUMS and LEARNING UNITS
THE MOST INTERESTING PEOPLE IN THE WORLD NEVER STOP PLAYING.