We have all been there: obsessed with gear: the cameras, the lenses, the lights, and the miscellaneous. So to satisfy all you gearheads out there,
Cosplay is awesome. It has a fun and attractive community, always full of exciting visual masterpieces that are just begging to get documented through photographic
– Critics – Adam Patrick Murray » http://www.adampatrickmurray.com/ Vicky Lau » https://www.facebook.com/vivivision Al Lin » sihayashi.com Photos by photographers in their respective order: Jacob delaRosa
After a year, Aki Con is back in full swing at its new venue, DoubleTree by Hilton Seatac Airport Hotel, a distinct difference from the
Here is a scenario: you are walking down the hall at a convention, and suddenly, an awesome cosplay appears. What do you do? You ask
In this post processing tutorial, Al walks you through how he edited a photo of Ganondorf cosplay.
Cosplay Photographers photo-booth shooting experience at Anime Expo 2013 and how one photographer goes about shooting cosplay on a thunder gray backdrop set.
In portrait and fashion photography, 85mm is probably my most used focal length when compression and the subject are the primary foci of the photographs.
It is to no one’s wonder that post-processing is a big part of my photography workflow, and for the most part I spend roughly 20-30
Let’s face it: serious photography requires serious cash, but that goes with every kind of hobby, cosplay included. But for every hobby, there are always