Idk why, but looking at this photograph, apart from reminding me of that conversation cutscene between Lara and Kurtis at the air lock, it makes me think that both of you are having the same conversation. Lara(you): I've seen him (Eckhardt) work as the Monstrum. With that glove... Nice job, once again!
I presume the name of the deviation and the whole scene is a reference to the airlock cutscene?
While it generally looks really great, it seems like he has the same expression on almost every photo, maybe he could try something more... expressive (Couldn't think of a better word...). It's just a suggestion, as I noticed it right away, other than that it's another awesome pic
Your gun is an ok replica. His gun is not a good replica.
Apart from that it's hard to tell the story here. Your arm is loose, not locked, so you're not gonna fire. If you would you'd try to compensate recoil by unfoldin your arm. The dude stands there not, the position of his arms would suggest that he's trying to move away, so it'd seem, that the scenario is:
You found him, aim at him, yell 'Don't move!', and then while youre still aiming youcome closer, and when he agrees to help you loosen your arm and poke him with the gun to scare him some more, to which he rises his arms in that surprised manner.
Scenery ok, but your laralike body language (loose hand with the gun, the raised hand behind, fearless eyes) is the highlight of this pic. The isn't bad, but simply could be better.
The gun simply looks unmetalic, has no visible weight and hence projects the impression of being a toy. Other then that it probably is a fine handmade prop.
If I am right about your body language being the highlight of the pictures, then you must agree, your photographer should take more closeups to fill the photos with the characters instead of embedding them within large chunks of scenery. Scenery is only reasonable if it is in range of immiediate interaction with the object in the photo. If the sun pours rays on you, it should be in the photo. If you aim at something, it should be in the photo. If you look at something, it should be in the photo. If you run somewhere it should be in the photo. And so forth. Scenery that has nothing to do with you are currently doing should not fit into the frame.
on most of the pictures you are just a amallish dot on the plain of scenery. You are to good at this. Most of your viewers is here to see your photos, and not photos of ruins, rubbish and trees