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Yenra's Turn Down for What Cosplay Dance Video, Otakon 2014

My next album for Yenra Photography: Sailor Disney Princesses - cosplays inspired by the art of Drachea Rannak

My next album for Yenra Photography: Sailor Disney Princesses - cosplays inspired by the art of Drachea Rannak

Dark Horse Otakon Cosplay Lipdub. Music by Katy Perry. Filmed by Ken Morrill of Yenra Photography

Sheryl Nome Cosplay - Macross Frontier - by Cassimonee at Otakon 2014 - photo by Yenra Photography. Full album: http://www.yenraphotography.com/cosplay/macross-frontier/sheryl-nome.html 

Sheryl Nome Cosplay - Macross Frontier - by Cassimonee at Otakon 2014 - photo by Yenra Photography. Full album: http://www.yenraphotography.com/cosplay/macross-frontier/sheryl-nome.html 

AKB0048 lipdub cosplay music video at Otakon 2014 - Dansu to Pantsu and Yenra Photography

Cosplay Star Dance playing around before practice on Otakon Thursday. Music: Black and Yellow Sketch | Hidamari Sketch x Wiz Khalifa. Cosplay Star Dance. Filmed and edited by Yenra Photography

Captain Mindfang's Pajama Sam Cosplay was wonderful at Otakon. To see more, visit Pajama Sam Cosplay on Yenra Photography.

Fenrir Luminous's Brony Ninja Cosplay at Anime Mid-Atlantic - photos by Yenra Photography

Cosplay Posing Tips

Tips for posing at cons:

  1. Find the light - Practice finding sources of light like the brightness of the sky (if your nose points in directions of illumination, your face will be lit evenly). This is extra important when we are using found light at night. Be aware where the brightest sources of light are.
  2. Contrapposto - People always look better when they shift weight to one foot. If you make space between your body and your arm with say hand on hip, you will look more slender.
  3. Lookaway - When you look away, bring your eyes back - not all the way to me, but midway between where you would naturally look and me - then it’s still a look away, but more color of your iris shows.

These are the top three. For the full top ten, visit http://www.yenraphotography.com/tips/posing.html

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