Epic shoot I would say, an impromptu cosplay shoot(planned the night before), at first I was really having hard time thinking of what kind of shot should I take.... roaming around this creppy haunted place then I was able to come up with this one Thanks to Leah Tan de Guzman and Jene Kirishima and to the security guards of this place
My first time to official do something like this, and I just realized while processing the photos that I could have added more scenes to this. It's really hard to become the Director, Photographer and Lighting director all at the same time xD
as Misaki, Mei as Sakakibara, Kouichi as Akazawa, Izumi as Kazami, Tomohiko
Bryan Vivo Den Villaflor Zhelle Sancho Imel Aimeru Jene Kirishima and to Audrey See and Panda for the assistance to the team.
And special thanks to Schindlex Malditinni for the location and time
Unit: 2pcs Nikon D40 Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G and 18-55mm Speedlite: Nissin Di622, Yongnuo 460-II and Canon 580EX-II
Another project from TEAM NONAME. It's a mixed from Fatal Frame 1, 3 and 4. First part of our shoot, we'll be having a second round soon.
Special thanks to my team especially to James Ryan Japco Siaron as my photog-buddy of the day as we're switching position to assistant-photog mode.
Another thanks to the people who granted me special permission to have access and do our cosplay shoot in this National Treasure. I's the second cultural and architecture landmark in Metro Manila to received such merit.
People say the location is creepy and is truly haunted and yes we did experienced several irregularities in the venue. One of them is when the wireless receiver-trigger that I'm using fired the flash non-stop wherein I'm the only one who has the trigger and is capable of firing it, rather than creepy I felt I got trolled, took me hard time to get the shot I was getting that time because of it.
Each one of us experienced creepy situations but nonetheless, it was fun, it helps kill boredom