Three-year-old Nellee wanted to become Halloween, so her father, Josh Rossi, used his commercial photography and digital art skills to bring her dreams to life. Of course, he worked with McGrew Studios first to commission a replica of the Wonder Woman costume worn by Gal Gadot in the upcoming film. They based their design on images from trailers and sized it down to fit Nellee. They also designed miniature weapons and props for her. You can see all the pieces laid out below.
Nellee was so excited that she used the trailers as a guide and practiced posing and gesturing like Gadot’s Wonder Woman. Shooting was complicated because of all the composites Rossi wanted to do, but Nellee made it through like a superhero and she looks positively epic in the photos.
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