Cosplay Photography Tutorial

Post Processing Tutorial – Dodge ...

Jan 15, 20133 Comments

“Dodge and Burn” (D&B) is a technique most digital retouchers employ when they intend to make the subject(s)’s skin look almost “perfect” in a portrait

RAW Stacking – A Technique To Better ...

Dec 20, 2012No Comments

Shooting RAW or JPEG is a topic that photographers will eventually encounter along their path toward advancing their craft, and the benefits of shooting RAW

Cards and Communications For Cosplayers and...

Dec 18, 20126 Comments

Recently on Facebook, I followed a discussion by a cosplayer as she was considering getting business cards for herself for use at conventions. Several photographers,

Workflow Series – Photo Selection

Dec 06, 20121 Comment

Photo selection is a big part of my photography workflow and while every photographer has his or her own way of selecting photos for publishing,

Color Spaces Explained

Dec 05, 20121 Comment

A very common question we receive here at Cosplay Photographers is "Why are the colors in my photos look different when I print them or

The Challenge of the Self-Portrait

Oct 22, 2012No Comments

Staff photographer Ger Tysk offers insight into the challenges of doing a self-portrait and she offers some great tips on how to do successful self-portraits.

Cheap Camera Challenge #1

Oct 04, 20121 Comment

One of the things photographers hate hearing is, "That's a nice camera! It must take great photos!" It removes any skill from the photographer and

Mini-Review: The LensPen NLP-1

Sep 12, 2012No Comments

Dust? Water splashes? Finger prints? There are a number of things that make our camera gear a mess. In photography, the main job of any

Photography Tutorial: Night Photography wit...

Aug 06, 20127 Comments

I spend quite a bit of time looking at cosplay photos and I’ve come to a conclusion that there are not enough nighttime cosplay photos,

The Best Lens for Cosplay Photography

Jul 18, 201210 Comments

“What’s the best lens for cosplay photography?” This is one of the most common questions that photographers ask early on during their quest to grow