This past weekend I worked with model Christian Hegg, who had created his own Rockabilly/biker version of the Green Lantern. Using a white backdrop and several softboxes, we were able to build the washed out feel of the game's promotional artwork to great effect.
Next up was teasing out the single color we needed in each shot. I have to admit that I've never been fond of the one-color effect often seen in wedding photos and greeting cards--I know some folks love it, but I always felt it was a bit overdone. Strangely, the same process worked very well for pumping up the greens in Christian's costume, making the green leather look grimy and wet, and the lights glowing from his ring and lantern (both using practical effects, nothing added in post, I must add) pop and sizzle.
A number of shots from this session have been posted under the 16 Degrees Photography page. Feedback is welcome--and if you know any cosplayers or costumers interested in "Arkhamizing" their creations, please feel free to contact me directly through this site to set up a test shoot.