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Original shots taken by Mike Vickers, post-processing by mel ell
This was my first time editing photos in Photoshop and it was a whole of fun. I learned about noise reduction and sharpening and changing light colors. They might be a bit overworked but I had a great time working on them and taking them with Mike. Hope you guys like them too!

MV Photography (Facebook): [link]
MV Photo Arts (Web): [link]

The costume includes color changing LEDs on the spine and front that are controlled by an Arduino microcontroller and onboard RGB controllers (respectively), and is powered by 16 AA batteries, two 2032 coin cells, and one 9-volt battery. In total there's more than 70 LED's on the entire costume
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Epic shots taken by the inimitable Benny Lee! Please check out his formidable portfolio of amazing work. So happy to get to work with this guy :> (Who else could make a hotel parking lot look like the industrial complex of the 25th century?)

Benny Lee Photography (Facebook): [link]
Benny Lee (DeviantArt): [link]
EmanonDesign (Web): [link]

The costume includes color changing LEDs on the spine and front that are controlled by an Arduino microcontroller and onboard RGB controllers (respectively), and is powered by 16 AA batteries, two 2032 coin cells, and one 9-volt battery. In total there's more than 70 LED's on the entire costume :D
Costume/design by me, photos by Benny
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Game: Black Rock Shooter
Character: White Rock Shooter
Cosplayer: Sasuko555 (SALLY)
Photographer: Anton Kirsanov

Soon I will put more photos of this costume!) When shooting this cosplay, I spent seven o'clock in the cold) Thanks to my friends who helped me!)) :3
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Cosplayer: Krizdel Ingrezo
Photo by: Me
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= Silk Spectre's smoke break =

I did an awesome shoot some weeks ago with :iconriddle1: for Silk Spectre and Black Cat(Coming Soon), it wasn't easy to keep it quiet before the photos are release but they're finally ready :)


:iconriddle1: as Silk Spectre

Photography by :iconbenny-lee: of emanonDesign.com

Find me on Facebook! | www.fb.com/BennyLeePhotography
Follow me on Twitter! | www.twitter.com/BennyLeePhoto


For more, higher quality, prints, and digital downloads, please visit my website at: www.emanonDesign.com


Other shots from this series:
Silk Spectre teaser by Benny-Lee
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Teaser pic for upcoming video by Cosplay Videographers.
Manzi - Kirin
Kai - Barioth
Johnny - Tigrex x Diablos

Photo by Vensy.net

:happybounce: More on my ACP Profile!

Armor is sintra (pvc foam plastic

Armor, prop, by Johnny: WIP here -> [link]

Sewing by Jen :WIP here -> [link]

:squee: :facebook: Armor WIP on FB! | :facebook: Sewing WIP on FB! :dalogo: In Depth WIP on Blogspot! :squee:


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Special thanks to Team M.A.R.C.H - Philippines, Fernwood Gardens, Alodia Gosiengfiao and the rest of the company who's with us that day :D

Cosplayer: :iconjaroukasama: cosplaying Saber Gift version from Fate series

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Me and my amazing friends: Turmix Pro!! :heart: :huggle: :heart:
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Happy New Year everyone!! :party: :la: :beer:
I haven't been too active cosplay-wise this year, I hope this will be otherwise in 2013!! :)
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Original shots taken by Mike Vickers, post-processing by mel ell
This was my first time editing photos in Photoshop and it was a whole of fun. I learned about noise reduction and sharpening and changing light colors. They might be a bit overworked but I had a great time working on them and taking them with Mike. Hope you guys like them too!

MV Photography (Facebook): [link]
MV Photo Arts (Web): [link]

The costume includes color changing LEDs on the spine and front that are controlled by an Arduino microcontroller and onboard RGB controllers (respectively), and is powered by 16 AA batteries, two 2032 coin cells, and one 9-volt battery. In total there's more than 70 LED's on the entire costume
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Photo by the a-mazing Anna Fischer

Check out her work!
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