Star Wars Photographer Gets Comic-Con Debut

starwarsStuart Robertson, a father of two from Scotland, recreated scenes from Star Wars using action figures and made it to San Diego Comic-Con.

Robertson's toy photography has already attracted fans from all around the world with more than 14,000 followers on Instagram (and growing) and was asked to exhibit his work at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

The 43-year-old factory worked started his toy photography hobby two years ago and it caught on. He previously had no training in photography and started taking photos on a compact camera.

"I started out with my son's action figures, just to give him a giggle," Robertson recently told BBC. "I'd joined Instagram and found a community of toy photographers, which inspired me to try it myself. I got a positive response and a friend encouraged me to take shots outdoors."

Robertson usually shoots the action figures in various recreated scenes at Beecraigs Country Park near Linlithgow since the park's forest has a similar landscape to Endor in the film Return of the Jedi.

Check out more of Robertson's scenes below.

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