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The Ridiculous Way Epic Cosplay Shots Are Made

Cosplayers have learned how to market themselves on social media, how to fund their art with print sales and crowdfunding, and now they're mastering the art of the superheroic self portrait.

But, much like the characters they portray, those epic self portraits are pure imagination, scenes set up to make the cosplayers appear to be fictional characters come to life.

Budding cosplayers should take note of the ridiculous(ly clever) ways these seemingly epic shots were created, so you can power up your cosplay photo game with a few simple tricks and a little help from your friends.

See 15 Epic Cosplay Shots...and the Ridiculous Ways They Were Made here


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There are scenes in the movie "Funny Face" with Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn that show some of the 'behind the scenes' or 'ridiculous ways' that any kind of advertising or fashion shoot are done.

This scene was in the beginning of the movie. When I first saw it, I was intrigued by the way that the drape and cling of the model's dress were managed by using a row of clothes pins down her back.
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