Entries by Vojtěch Tomeš

Interview: Kinako

Each season has its unique scenery in Australia, which enables me to explore different themes. Personally, I prefer winter since I like taking photos in the snow, even though it is cold and slippery and there are fewer people at the beach, which gives me more space to take photos with water splashes.

Interview: fsdlingr

I also tend to come up with series of themes that usually take a long time to complete. In 2019, I conceived and basically completed the first phase of the series that combines dolls with famous city landmarks, which I realised in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shenzhen…

Interview: Vince454

There are not many people who know about toy photography, let alone Nendoroid photography in Malaysia. But I do meet people who stop and ask questions about what kind of toy is this when taking outdoor photos…

Interview: A大

Although some people are having a positive attitude towards collecting dolls, some still cannot accept males collecting dolls as a hobby…

Interview: TheTravelingSee

Most people are very curious and oftentimes supportive when they see me taking photos of figures in public. They tend to ask courteous questions and are sometimes interested in potentially assisting with whatever shoot I may be doing at the time.

Interview: Manjuu

Five years ago, I once went to a famous pool to take pictures of the dolls, and I dressed them in swimsuits. I was wondering how to bring out the best of the swimsuits, so I used Photoshop to erase the joints and add more muscles to make the body look more like a human…

Interview: koko

I usually choose to take photos outside. Whenever I go to familiar streets or famous spots, I always bring Nendoroids and cameras with me. At first, I would intentionally avoid the crowds…

Interview: nono

I consider doll photography to be a tool for communication. I have been able to let other people involved with Figubo know about me by sharing my photos and I have been able to enjoy this hobby with other doll enthusiasts not only in Japan but also in other countries such as China and Korea…

Interview: abuwhobi

I plan the scene like most landscape photographers do: a combination of ex-ante preparation and luck on site. Before I go out, I do a lot of googling for information about the place and have a very rough idea of what I would like to photograph…