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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: Keng figure

I started sculpting figures about 10 years ago, but, before that, I had already sculpted some realistic portraits while I had been studying at university...

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: Gale XV

I think every photo has a story behind them, no matter whether it is from a single shot or a series of shots like a comic strip...

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: 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: EXkurogane

One of the most famous photographers of Japanese scale figures who is known for his impressive dioramas and determination to capture them in the best possible way...