Critique Corner - Episode 5

Cosplay Photographers’ Critique Corner – Episode #5

This episode of Critique Corner is moderated by Tim Vo with guest reviewers, Beethy, Ray Lum, and Martin Huang. Today we’ll cover a Mononoke Hime photo and a Wizardmon photo by Erling Miranda as well as an anonymous photo submission of Kirino.


At Cosplay Photographers, we believe that cosplay is an art form to be celebrated. We believe that epic cosplays are about bringing your favorite fantasy characters to life and, through the latest mediums like digital photography and videography, sharing that with the world. We seek to foster a community of talented individuals who wish to promote the art of cosplay and photography.


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    thanks for the good review! Broke my heart about the wizardmon one; I loved that peculiar shot xD It was shot with a Nikon D3000… and well, I wanted a good feedback on an old photo I had. It was very educational and I’m glad I benchmarked my skills =D

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      That happens to me too. I have a shot that I really like but then it isn’t as well received as I had hoped. It happens. The hardest part is understanding that people are willing and wanting to help you and to take in what they’re saying and incorporating to become better. It hurts at times, but the best cure for hurt is success.

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      oh I’m really really glad I submitted this pictures 🙂
      I’m not taking it harsh or anything; it’s really good and necesary to get apropiate feedback 😀 I’ll keep submiting more in the future

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    In the future, would you mind linking to full res photos? It’s hard to get a real good feel for the shots in just the youtube video.

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    I am girl who love Cosplay and i would like to share my photos with the people who have same interest like me. I also find that M-cosplayhas large amount of cosplay costumes in stock. I think you can have a visit of their website if you are interested in cosplaying

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