I love seeing photographers fill out my interview because they honestly don't get enough love. I checked out CosPhotographs on Instagram and I love that they not only have cosplayers, but also have nature shots too. They do what they love and that is what I appreciate about them. They don't just go with the popular thing, they also go with what makes them happy, and we should all keep that in mind when we make our cosplays or take photographs. Don't only do what makes your follower count go up, those numbers don't matter in the end. Keep doing what makes you happy first and foremost.
What is your social media? @cosphotographs on ig and fb
What got you into photography? It's a lot of fun for me and it's one of the few things I consider myself to be good at. I took a photojournalism class my sophomore year of high school and was in yearbook my junior and senior years. I also love taking cosplay photos for people and seeing their reactions to my work.
What's your favorite part of photographing Cosplayers? All the special effects editing!!
Words of advice for budding photographers? Don't give up. And never, ever under value yourself or your work. Don't charge less than you should for shoots, and always have faith in yourself and your talents.
Favorite Genre/Fandom you enjoy photographing? My Hero Academia
Favorite convention to Shoot at/attend, and why? I've only been to two so far, and my favorite out of the two would be NakaKon. It was a ton of fun and I can't wait to return in March.
@ollie.parker.cos (all of them except chat noir) @pyromaniacosplay (chat noir)