We have a brand spankin' new, #FeatureFriday for you today! This is where we find Tasty Talent that's hit the Toy Bacon radar. We scour the interwebz looking for notable content to share, and one way method we use is our very own Instagram hashtag... #toybacon.
Tasty Talent Chat with LA Toy Photographer and Artist @knightwing2110
@dru_olive: We'd like to thank you for using our #toybacon hashtag! We've been inspired by your talents and absolutely love your artwork. Your indoor and outdoor photography is incredible, and your attention to detail is something that all toy photographers can learn from and enjoy. We wanted take a few minutes to chat with you.
First off, how did you come up with this shot?
@dru_olive: What equipment are you working with to capture your photography?
@knightwing2110: I use a Nikon D3300 with a 200mm Zoom Lens.
@dru_olive: When did you start toy photography?
@knightwing2110: I actually started toy photography a year ago, last August.
@dru_olive: And what do you love most about toy photography?
@knightwing2110: What I love about toy photography is that the possibilities are endless with how creative you can get with each figure, whether it's indoor or outdoor.
@dru_olive: When did your passion for toys begin?
@knightwing2110: My passion for toys began with my childhood, and got worst with adulthood, lol. Once I had a steady job, I started buying toys left and right over the years toys for more expensive ones, lol.
@dru_olive: Hahaha! We can all relate, lol. What's your goal or next step in toy photography?
@knightwing2110: My goals are just to keep trying new forms of photography, with practical effects or whatever new challenge there is out there to try out...
@dru_olive: Awesome buddy! Thank you for taking some time to chat with us!
@knightwing2110: No, thank you! 👍👊