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10 tips for Doll Photography

Keep in mind that it is not necessary to follow all these tips to get a good picture. Actually, sometimes you’ll need to break some rules to achieve the idea you had in mind before taking the photo, but hey, it’s not bad to know them: it’s good to know why you’re breaking the rules...

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...

Interview: HB – Figure Photo

I like to take close-ups where I can show the beauty of a figure. I follow my inspiration. I think that the figures themselves guide me to take their photos...

Interview: Orchid Dolls

I like to experiment and try out new things regularly. Most of my pictures are taken indoors so I always try to get a very graphic, clean picture with a nice color palette...

Interview: Ateens

As a professional landscape photographer, Ateens uses his skills in figure and doll photography. His magical night sky photos are unique enough to make his work easily recognizable...

Interview: Doll Rokuta

Doll Rokuta usually makes promotional videos related to mountains and nature. He worked for a game company making promotional videos and TV commercials for games 10 years ago. Smart dolls became his recently found hobby. He has been using his professional skills to bring them to life through short videos...

Interview: Zodake

I always have to test the pose and setting at home the day before I go on a photo trip because I am sure that I will not have enough time to think about posing and setting in the location...