Garber Geektography
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Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

ampcosplay:

Just a reminder incase you are in #Atlanta on January 17th come out the my #Cosplay #artshow 🎨 there will be #costumers and food and fun!!! It will be at the Showcase School of Photography. #people #atlanta #women #wonderwoman #margiecox #superheroes #comics #comicbooks #art #fun #photography #finart #gallery

ampcosplay:

Just a reminder incase you are in #Atlanta on January 17th come out the my #Cosplay #artshow 🎨 there will be #costumers and food and fun!!! It will be at the Showcase School of Photography. #people #atlanta #women #wonderwoman #margiecox #superheroes #comics #comicbooks #art #fun #photography #finart #gallery

inbarati:

garbergeektography:

This will be a first in a series of my pictures from DragonCon 2013. For this year’s convention, I rented the Sony 85mm F1.4 Zeiss lens, which I absolutely loved. It was a little more difficult to use in the crowded hotels than my 50 F1.8, so I ended up with quite a few headshots this year. This Ame-Comi Duela Dent Cosplay shows the lens quality and sharpness very well, and I love how the colors turned out on this one. I got a couple of shots of her at the DC photo shoot at DragonCon, but this was my favorite shot that I snapped while waiting to cross the street. I edited this shot with Aperture and the NIK plug-ins, using Viveza to brighten some of the colors and Color Efex Pro to do some dynamic skin softening. Sometimes the skin smoothing is a bit over the top unless you dial it back a bit, but I loved how this worked out on several of the cosplayers with white make-up.
I do not know the name of the model, but if anyone knows her online presence, please forward it to me!
Dave

GORGEOUS

Thanks!

inbarati:

garbergeektography:

This will be a first in a series of my pictures from DragonCon 2013. For this year’s convention, I rented the Sony 85mm F1.4 Zeiss lens, which I absolutely loved. It was a little more difficult to use in the crowded hotels than my 50 F1.8, so I ended up with quite a few headshots this year. This Ame-Comi Duela Dent Cosplay shows the lens quality and sharpness very well, and I love how the colors turned out on this one. I got a couple of shots of her at the DC photo shoot at DragonCon, but this was my favorite shot that I snapped while waiting to cross the street. I edited this shot with Aperture and the NIK plug-ins, using Viveza to brighten some of the colors and Color Efex Pro to do some dynamic skin softening. Sometimes the skin smoothing is a bit over the top unless you dial it back a bit, but I loved how this worked out on several of the cosplayers with white make-up.

I do not know the name of the model, but if anyone knows her online presence, please forward it to me!

Dave

GORGEOUS

Thanks!

greyloch:

garbergeektography:

This will be a first in a series of my pictures from DragonCon 2013. For this year’s convention, I rented the Sony 85mm F1.4 Zeiss lens, which I absolutely loved. It was a little more difficult to use in the crowded hotels than my 50 F1.8, so I ended up with quite a few headshots this year. This Ame-Comi Duela Dent Cosplay shows the lens quality and sharpness very well, and I love how the colors turned out on this one. I got a couple of shots of her at the DC photo shoot at DragonCon, but this was my favorite shot that I snapped while waiting to cross the street. I edited this shot with Aperture and the NIK plug-ins, using Viveza to brighten some of the colors and Color Efex Pro to do some dynamic skin softening. Sometimes the skin smoothing is a bit over the top unless you dial it back a bit, but I loved how this worked out on several of the cosplayers with white make-up.
I do not know the name of the model, but if anyone knows her online presence, please forward it to me!
Dave

Nicely done portfolio, man!

Thanks so much!!

greyloch:

garbergeektography:

This will be a first in a series of my pictures from DragonCon 2013. For this year’s convention, I rented the Sony 85mm F1.4 Zeiss lens, which I absolutely loved. It was a little more difficult to use in the crowded hotels than my 50 F1.8, so I ended up with quite a few headshots this year. This Ame-Comi Duela Dent Cosplay shows the lens quality and sharpness very well, and I love how the colors turned out on this one. I got a couple of shots of her at the DC photo shoot at DragonCon, but this was my favorite shot that I snapped while waiting to cross the street. I edited this shot with Aperture and the NIK plug-ins, using Viveza to brighten some of the colors and Color Efex Pro to do some dynamic skin softening. Sometimes the skin smoothing is a bit over the top unless you dial it back a bit, but I loved how this worked out on several of the cosplayers with white make-up.

I do not know the name of the model, but if anyone knows her online presence, please forward it to me!

Dave

Nicely done portfolio, man!

Thanks so much!!

thegoldenlasso:

gailsimone:

shakeytime:

6 Reasons We Need A Wonder Woman Movie
        Like, Yesterday.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/sedem/6-reasons-why-there-should-be-a-wonder-woman-movie-cjrb

One of the things that bugs me about this is that the Wonder Woman animated film, which I worked on,  made more money than  the Green Lantern animated films and many of the other DC films.

I leave this here for emphasis. Wonder Woman film outperformed the Green Lantern film. Even in the midst of a huge Green Lantern publicity push, our film made more money.

HELL YES!!!! COME ON!!!!!!