This was taken out at a local forest preserve and I actually used a mini beauty dish for lighting for this and I discovered that outside I actually don't get that terrible ring that I would shooting indoors. So that was super lovely.
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I really enjoyed how this photos came out. These were taken outside. I can't remember fully if I had a filter on my flash or not. But I really enjoyed this shoot since I was able to do versatile shots with his cosplays between tight close shots of him in fighting stances or more pulled back shots to get some cape in the wind shots.
I love horror shoots. I get to do crazy lighting. I put a red gel over the flash behind them and then let them up in front with a regular umbrella. Makes for some super crazy and creepy shots with how henious they were! XD
Hello, I'm CosplayerWithCamera! I'm a photographer from the midwest by Chicago! So i usually attend most Illinois conventions and some conventions in neighboring states. I am very passionate about both cosplay and photography so I usually am in full cosplay when doing photoshoots.|
Nikon D500 camera
35mm f/1.8 lens
Yongnuo YN-560 II flash
Minolta flash(super ancient and for a film camera, works good for a secondary flash tho)
Strobies flash diffuser kit(mini beauty dish, globe diffuser(aka fishbowl), snoot, honeycomb)
22inch Beauty Dish
For my cosplays go here:
Also, check out my boyfriend's photography we're usually seen doing photography together and he takes most of my cosplay photos.