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Jun 19, 2013, 7:22:12 PM
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Harley Quinn - Arkham Asylum by Magic-Alex-Photo Harley Quinn - Arkham Asylum by Magic-Alex-Photo
Event: Omega Royale - Palpalį - Jujuy
Cosplayer: Mari Figueroa
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Reginaldo-Nakamura Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013
Very cute!

Is there any difference in shooting an event and shooting in the studio?
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Magic-Alex-Photo Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
A lot, shooting in an event (at least for me) is a bit more uncomfortable, you are always in a rush, you can't plan much and if the model doesn't know how to pose you have to improvise a lot and explain in a very detailed and easy way how to pose to get the look you want on camera.
Another thing that happens to me is that I like to have complete control in the lighting, and with the rush maybe you lose that. Of course you can kill the available lights (and most of the time ugly) and use only the flash with the manual controls in the camera, but making it fast so every one gets a shot makes you lose a bit of caring on details.

I love working at studio, is a lot more comfortable, but it can turn a bit boring after some time.

Shooting outdoors have its issues too, I shoot mainly using flashes, and the wind is always dangerous if you have no assistants. Another problem is passers by... you can't do anything with a minimum of sexy because you get a lot of people around you and your model and that gets the model really uncomfortable.
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Reginaldo-Nakamura Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
It really seems that  these situations are far less controllable than photos in the studio.

By what I could see some cosplayers seeking an intermediate alternative, taking pictures indoors in locations that serve as background for scenes planned.
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Magic-Alex-Photo Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
That's true. Sometimes takes a lot of time to scout for locations and get the permissions
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mickeyrony Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2013  Student Photographer
A yummy costum and Lady
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