So we have a photo thief among us. And I believe as a community we should all do our part to get rid of these types of people. I tagged most of the people I follow that follow him to spread the word. @eajbkny has been stealing pictures from @luke_skywalkerjr (and maybe others as well, I can't tell) for a long while now. Even going so far as to tag them for the different TFP hashtags. None of mine are on there, thankfully, but stuff like this should not be tolerated at all. TFP admins contacted him and gave him 48 hours to delete all the stolen photos (and even kept the conversation private as to not taint his reputation), but he didn't listen and blocked all of the TFP admins. He's stealing photos and slapping a filter or lens flare on them and claiming them as his own. Pretty sad. Please share to spread the word.
This shot is basically a remake of my first Spidey Pop shot.
It's a shame Instagram butchers the resolution, in full size this is a VERY sharp pic. 👌🏻
Maybe it's time for another mass Flickr post? 🤔
WOW. It's my birthday. And 3 years since I started this Instagram.
Gone by so fast. I started as a little Bionicle account, then as my interests changed I started posting actual Lego, in addition to photography of both. Now I've jumped into Funko, which is absolutely great. I don't know where I'll go next, but I do want to get a little more serious. I want to check out the business account options, start posting more, more creative shots, etc. I want to post more Bionicle shots, too. I also have had an idea for a long time to start selling prints of both my Lego and Funko photography. I haven't dove too much into that yet but I think it could definitely work.
What I'm saying is I love you all and thank you guys for sticking with me and supporting me since the start. I'm gonna keep rockin' for as long as I can. 👌🏻