Professional cosplayer Tasha killed it with her costume depicting the hero Tracer from Overwatch. Tasha looks like she walked out of the video game. The costume and all the gear are on point, and with a little photo magic, Tasha was able to replicate the poses from the game. You can see a behind-the-scenes shot below that shows Tasha achieved the dynamic shots by shooting against a black background and reclining/posing on men dressed in black. It’s not the most technically elaborate route, but it’s more than effective and allowed the photographer to capture some unusual angles.
See more of Tasha’s expansive cosplay portfolio at Facebook.
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