Originally Posted by chrisalcoran
Hi I'm Chris I've been shooting for about 3 years or so but didn't really start getting really into it until this year. I've been shooting for fun at this point but I'm really interested in getting more serious with it. I shoot often at Disneyland because it's a great place to practice. I recently started going to more conventions and did a shoot for a friend and it's really gotten into shooting more. I do also like to do edits of shots I've done.
Let me know what you think:
My flickr - www.flickr.com/alc_chris
Anime Expo | 2013 - http://flic.kr/s/aHsjGEKCqC
Comikaze | 2013 - http://flic.kr/s/aHsjLPjJew
Blizzcon | 2013 - http://flic.kr/s/aHsjMd37j8 (still in process of editing a few more, there weren't as many cosplayers on Saturday)
Let me know what you think! I'll be at Long Beach Comic Con in a few weeks.
I think these are all pretty good. I especially like the editing. In terms of framing, I would have more of the costume in frame. Usually for a series for cosplay I'll have 50% full body, 25% headshot/half quarter body and 25% experimental. Full bodies are the hardest and require the most direction, ofcourse, but I feel like this field deserves it with the craftsmanship and focus on the costume.
Are you looking to also transfer from hallway shots to directed shoots?
Overall, I like your work!