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October 27, 2017

Jayme Lee as Eleven from Stranger Things by The Portrait Dude!


The second season of the Netflix hit show Stranger Things debuted today, and we will have a review of it coming up soon. But in the meantime, we were lucky enough to have Wes, The Portrait Dude, offer us a first look at this featured set he shot of Jayme Lee as Eleven from the first season.

Wes is an amazing photographer, and was one of our panelists at this year’s Cosplay And Photography Expo. And we don’t just say that because he drove all the way put from Ohio for C.A.P.E. when his flight was cancelled (but seriously, we’ll never forget that). Jayme Lee is a Chicago-based cosplayer with a wide range of nerdy interests, from Star Wars to Disney to comics to renaissance faires and more.

If you want to see how Wes and Jayme made these awesome images, he will be posting a behind-the-scenes blog on his website this Saturday evening, Oct. 28. Check it out.

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  1. Thanks for the feature guys! Much love to you all

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