Arriving a little later than usual I ended up parking a bit further from the convention than last year. Fortunately, there was a nice and free shuttle bus that took me from where I parked to the convention center. It felt kind of like being a packed in a sardine can, but being the last […]
This is cosplay photographer Ken AD’s first video and it’s a great compilation of not only the amazing cosplays at MegaCon 2013 but also a collection of quotes of how much fun Megacon is for cosplayers. You can see more of Ken AD’s work at https://www.facebook.com/KenADPhotography
At the Holiday Matsuri 2012, Ken AD Photography put together this great shoot of a Kirito cosplayer from the novels Sword Art Online.
Here are some extra shots from Ken AD‘s awesome photography of Homestuck cosplayers at the Holiday Matsuri 2012. You can view the rest of the Holiday Matsuri photos here and here!
Check out part two of Ken AD Photography‘s cosplay pictures of Holiday Matsuri 2012 in Florida. You can view part one of Ken’s shoots here. Also check out some of the great Homestuck cosplays at the Holiday Matsuri here!
Check out part one of Ken AD Photography‘s cosplay pictures of Holiday Matsuri 2012 in Florida. You can view part two of Ken’s shoots here. Also check out some of the great Homestuck cosplays at the Holiday Matsuri here!
This is another great set of cosplay photos taken at Anime Festival Orlando 2012. This is cosplayer Lawlie Pop’s unique interpretation of cosplaying a water nymph. Credit goes to Ken AD Photography. If you want to see more of Ken AD Photography‘s photos of AFO 2012, click here!
These are some great shots of Lunar Silver Star cosplayers taken by Ken AD Photography at Anime Festival Orlando 2012. Pictures below may be NSFW. If you haven’t seen our collection of cosplay photos of AFO 2012, click here!
This is another great set of cosplay photos taken at Anime Festival Orlando 2012. The Chiester Sisters Imperial Guard Corps characters are based on the anime series Umineko No Naku Koro aka Umineko WHEN THEY CRY. Credit goes to Ken AD Photography. If you want to see more of Ken AD Photography‘s photos of AFO 2012, click here!
These are Ken AD Photography‘s photos of Rondo Cosplay from the game Eternal Sonata, taken at Anime Festival Orlando 2012. If you haven’t seen their collection of AFO 2012 cosplay pictures, you can view them here!
Check out Ken AD Photography‘s awesome collection of Toph (Avatar The Last Airbender) Cosplay taken at Anime Festival Orlando 2012! You can see more Ken AD’s other AFO cosplay photos here!
Taken at Anime Festival Orlando by Ken AD Photography, this is a collection of amazing cosplay photos based on the Golden Sun video games. If you haven’t seen Ken AD’s photo gallery of Anime Festival Orlando 2012, you can check it here!
Anime Festival Orlando 2012 had a lot of great cosplays and Ken AD Photography was there to capture some amazing pictures at one of Florida’s best conventions. Come back to Nerd Caliber everyday this week as we celebrate Ken AD’s work at AFO with a feature showcasing a particular cosplay!
After having a great time at last year’s MetroCon I wasn’t sure what to expect. MetroCon 2011 provided many events and was one of the best cons I had attended in awhile. As my third outing and the con’s 10th year it’s probably the convention I looked forward to most this year, so how did […]
(Editor’s Note: To view Kenneth Davis’ awesome FAE cosplay pictures, click here.) If you are reading this then chances are you had already seen my review of last year’s FAE. To sum up it up, there were a few problems that are typically expected of a con in its first year and while it wasn’t […]
I have been to just about every major anime-related convention in Florida over the past 5 years. Some have grown strong, remain stagnant, or defunct. MegaCon, which is a comic and scifi convention, is known as the largest convention in Florida with estimated numbers hitting above 20,000, and while it is not necessarily an anime […]
Janet Chiarolanza won Best In Show for her cosplay of Princess Kraehe, based on the anime/manga series Princess Tutu, at MegaCon 2012. Kenneth Davis of Ken AD Photography met with her at the convention and took some amazing shots of her cosplay. What do you think of the amount of work that went into this cosplay?
The team of Kelly Wu and Kurtis Beliveau won in the category of Best Props for their cosplay, based on the Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles, at MegaCon 2012. Kenneth Davis of Ken AD Photography met with this team at the convention and took some amazing shots of their cosplay. What do you think of the amount of […]
If you haven’t read Kenneth Davis’ awesome review of Florida’s Fan:Dom 2011, you really should check it out first. But now we present to you Kenneth Davis’ collection of what he saw at one of the best college-run anime conventions in Florida. If you are in the Florida area and you are interested in getting […]
As I had stated once, it appears new cons are popping up all the time lately. College-based conventions are also no exception. FAN:Dom Con would mark the fourth college based convention I have attended. There was MomoCon which was pretty fun, but felt overly crowded. Kaji-Con had a good start, but was lacking attendance. Then […]
I present to you now the incredible photography of KEN AD aka Kenneth Davis of his time at EXP CON 2011. Don’t forget to read his review of the convention here! If you want to contact KEN AD Photography, you can find them here!
I’ve debated whether EXP or AWA would make my favorite con of the year. Not so much in terms of what a con has to offer, but personal enjoyment alone. Having grown tiresome of AWA, my expectations were pretty high. Sure EXP does not have as much to offer in comparison to AWA or Metro, […]
This is part 2 of Kenneth Davis’ collection of photos taken at the Anime Weekend Atlanta 2011. If you haven’t seen the first collection, which includes his review of the anime convention, you can find it here! ***** All photos were taken by Kenneth Davis.
Anime Weekend Atlanta is one of the longest running anime conventions and perhaps the biggest one in the Southeast with an attendance climbing up to 14,000. It was also my first convention and have attended it every year since. AWAXII would mark my eighth trip and my second review of my first anime convention (you […]
Anime Festival Orlando has been a con I’ve been putting off for some time. Having been to every major Florida con except AFO, I felt some sort of obligation to go at least once. Oddly enough, it was suppose to be my first convention several years ago until plans for it fell through. Now, having […]
MetroCon has received quite a bit of criticism this year and would be best described as a convention with a lot to offer or for some a convention that leaves something to be desired. Here’s a little history: MetroCon has earned the title of the largest anime based convention in Florida. It was a title […]
When I planned on going to Florida Anime Experience, my expectations were rather mixed considering this was technically their first outing. However, their website does mention that this event is ran by a collaboration of Wasabi Anime, Florida Super Con, and former JACON staff. It was safe to assume there would be some experience backing […]
So it’s been roughly a month since my exploits at Kaji-Con, and I finally get to sit down share my thoughts for a mini-review. First off Kaji-Con is a college based convention. If you’ve never been to a college based convention they are essentially a smaller conventions on campus, and are usually free. As you […]
There was a lot to see at this year’s Anime Weekend Atlanta XVI (September 2010) at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel and the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Georgia. Had you attended you previously, you would know there is always something to do. How does this con rank, you may ask, against other conventions and itself […]
Depending on who you are, the best way for me to describe EXP Con is that it doesn’t offer much, while at the same time having a lot to appreciate. First off, I must applaud the people of EXP Con for promoting this convention very well. From Facebook to message boards to passing flyers at […]