Cosplay Photography Tutorial

Ask Adam: How Do You Find and Setup Shoots ...

Oct 30, 20138 Comments

Ask Adam is a weekly video cast where Adam Patrick Murray answers viewer questions.

Post Processing Tutorial – Ganondorf

Aug 14, 20131 Comment

In this post processing tutorial, Al walks you through how he edited a photo of Ganondorf cosplay.

Equipment Insurance: Do I Really Need It?

Jul 25, 20131 Comment

What if you were doing a beach photoshoot in the water with a model, an unexpected wave hits causing you to trip and fall and

How I Shot It – Cosplay Photographers...

Jul 17, 20131 Comment

Cosplay Photographers photo-booth shooting experience at Anime Expo 2013 and how one photographer goes about shooting cosplay on a thunder gray backdrop set.

Cosplay Photography at 85mm

Jun 11, 2013No Comments

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.

Cosplay Photography: Playing With Ambient L...

May 17, 20132 Comments

Chalked full of sample photos with detailed setup analysis including camera settings, this video is a much watch for cosplay photographers who struggle with getting

Cosplay Photography at Hotels and Conventio...

Apr 23, 20134 Comments

At Anime Los Angeles, Tim Vo, The Bui, and Sushi Monster sat down for a panel discussion regarding tips and tricks on photography at hotels

Speed Edit – A Quick Look

Apr 15, 2013No Comments

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

Cosplay Photography At 50mm

Apr 11, 201334 Comments

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

My Little Pony - Butterfly Rarity by FiveRings

How I Shot It – Butterfly Rarity by F...

Feb 06, 2013No Comments

Introducing a new series of articles where we take a unique, interesting, or challenging photo and explain how it was shot – the thought process