Category Archives: everything in between

All that other stuff.

Birthday party cosplay – UNITE!

This past Saturday I attended a very unique birthday party celebration for one of the most genuine, kind and wonderful souls I’ve encountered in my travels: Tony Julius. When I first began researching cosplay photography long ago, his amazing artistry was the inspiration to push forward with Reality Reimagined. Once I moved to Arizona, he…

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Star Trek still speaks to my soul

When I was young I had equal passion and love for both Star Trek and Star Wars. Even at an early age they both had two very different ways of speaking to my imagination and soul.   Star Wars was the rousing adventure that produced a lot of sound effects with toy swords and blasters,…

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Published in Shutter Magazine – Glamour Edition

So proud to announce that another article has been published in the glamour edition of Shutter Magazine!   This article covers the concepts of why “faking it until you make it” is a bad practice for business and yourself. It also has some wonderful wisdom from an old friend, Dr. Glenn Doyle, who is a…

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He-Man and memories of the 1980s

One of my earliest, treasured memories of the 1980s and the stories that helped shape my imagination is He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (bonus points if you said that in your head like He-Man during the intro of the show.)   Always a pleasure to work with some talented cosplayers and folks who…

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New visual styles for 2019

Continuing with the experimentation of a new visual style for 2019, this piece covers a few major aspects of that new look. Painting a photographic image by hand in Photoshop, to emulate a traditional painting is quite a lot of fun.   Learning to augment the photography and lighting patterns to accentuate the painting is…

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