This month’s Feature hails from the East Coast in the United States. His style is clean and colorful, click in to learn more about GQ Bravo.
JWai went to Otakon 2013 and all he came back with was this report, ice cold water, and a couple photos. Check out his report here! (*Ice cold water not included.)
Beethy has the pleasure of attending Penny Arcade Expo Australia aka PAX.
No holds barred critique in this episode. We go all out on a whopping 6 pictures. From ensuring you capture your subject at the correct moment, to managing ambient light well and how make your images improve with post work.
In this post processing tutorial, Al walks you through how he edited a photo of Ganondorf cosplay.
This week we look at a variety of photos varying in quality. We talk about the usual things. How to pose your cosplayer, how to frame your shot carefully and to keep your cosplayer in character. All important stuff!
This week we go through 5 high quality images and nitpick like crazy. This episode is our best yet and a must see if you’re going for that sleek, polished and professional look.
Here Eric, Vincent and myself quickly go through a few submissions to point out some obvious errors or mistakes. This is a longer episode so sit back and enjoy.
In this episode Tim and I discuss how important the right angle is, to ensure you find the right backdrop for your cosplayer and to keep a close eye on the expressions of your subject.
ImMuze is a West Coast staple at Californian conventions such as Anime Los Angeles and Fanime. Although he keeps a fairly low profile with a quiet web presence, there’s no escaping the fact that this talented photographer really knows how to capture amazing cosplay in equally amazing light and color. Here, ImMuze talks about his photography experience, cosplaying while doing photography, as well as shooting underwater.