This episode of Critique Corner is hosted by Beethy. With guests Darrell and Vincent. Today we’ll start off with a Daft Punk image by Andy Wana followed by a group shot by KS and finishing off with a Black Cat photo by Neitling Photography.
This episode of Critique Corner is hosted by Beethy. With guests Eric, Darrell and Vincent. Today we’ll cover a photo by Desodorien followed by Wewe Kwok’s submission and finally an Avatar photo by Brendan Baker.
Cosplay blogs. Just as people are doing in the fashion industries, hardcore cosplayers and hobbyists are looking to what the masses is talking about. We look at trends, we anticipate our favorite cosplayers new costumes, and we follow progress and get excited for Con season! In response to this sped up sharing of information my partner and I have created CosplayTelegram, which is an Instagram account that features a cosplayer and photographer daily.
Ger Tysk sits down with Dan Almasy for a Spotlight Interview. Dan is a photographer and filmmaker out in Atlanta and shares with us some tips, tricks, and thoughts in his photography and more.
We have put together the Best of the Best photo from Fanime 2013. Come in and check-out the winners of this year’s feature!
The Midwest’s biggest Japanese culture convention, Anime Central, had another great run this year at the Rosemont Convention Center just outside of Chicago. With amazing guests and even more amazing cosplay, here’s a look at what Anime Central 2013 had to offer.
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. While some may shy away from such focal length at cosplay conventions due to limited shooting space, 85mm actually brings many benefits for such settings and is definitely worth considering for photographers at all levels.
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.
Our June photographer comes from down under but has made quite a name for himself in the international cosplay community with his bold, saturated colors and signature photo tilt. We sat down with Andy Wana of Sydney, Australia, to talk about his photo philosophy and how he got started in cosplay photography.
Big Wow ComicFest might be small in size, but it still manages to draw some big names. The Bui fills us in on the sights and sounds of this quickly growing convention.