I love seeing so much nerd on one page. Polar Memories may not have a ton of followers, but it's not about quantity, but quality. Their work is really quality as well and I just love that they have a bunch of Fallout and League photos that they've taken! I definitely know if I ever get to go to PAX, I'll know who to book for my League or Borderlands shoots! So if you get the chance, go check out their social medias!
What got you into photography? I've loved photography that a digital camera was my graduation gift from my mom. Cesar, a good friend and fellow cosplayer/photog, let me snag his camera at Pax South 16 and it rekindled my love of photography and new love for cosplay photography.
What's your favorite part of photographing Cosplayers? There is a 'set basis' on the character being portrayed. It's up to us to be able to help the cosplayer mimic their character to supersede their creation.
Words of advice for budding photographers? Find a style you're excited about. Let others inspire you to craft your own shot.
Favorite Genre/Fandom you enjoy photographing? Gaming specifically, I do anime shoots every so often, but gaming is my forte. I love to shoot action based characters; they give unlimited potential for the movement shot to work out perfectly rather than just a simple standby pose.
Favorite convention to Shoot at/attend, and why?
Pax South; Because I don't get to regularly attend conventions and the one that I do attend is relatively close by.
Cosplayer credits: Vega - Jimmy Ronin Cozplay
Brick and Mordy - (Brick) Mr. E Cosplay, (Mordy) Marion Steve Dreo (Photo inspiration) The Dudestream -- BoringLegalName
Krieg - Blake Royall
Buttstallion - Gogo Incognito
Moxxi - Enasni Vee