Believe in Your Power Within

Toy Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (Japanese Doll)
Finally is Friday. I feel much better today completed all the required change request for the release as well as the testing today. (Thanks to everyone who have wished me yesterday, I believe that help somehow :)).

Photos for today is a Japanese doll that my mom give me when she returned from her Japan trip. it has been kept with the other collections in my wardrobe. and today I decided to get her out from there for a shot. Trying out with different setup and finally, I close the session with this one. :) Trying to get the effects of some lighting effects behind the doll (Like there are energy coming out from the doll itself). So I titled the post today as "Believe in Your Power Within". :)

Since this is a Japanese Doll, I will use this as a dedication for those who will be joining us to the Japan trip on November. (I know I am excited about this trip, since this is my 1st time there :"D, I believe the rest feel the same as well). And also... I would like to dedicate this to 2 of the birthday boy(or man?) VINCENT CHEE!! and birthday girl ... HUI CHIEN!! who are celebrating their birthday today. :) My best wishes to both of you, may all your wishes will come true. ;)

Have a pleasant Friday everyone and a great weekend ahead. :D Good Night. :)

4 comments :

  1. 沙发~!
    呵呵,漂洋过海的日本娃娃呢!
    看来你还是有很多公仔可以拍啊……哈哈
    11 月去日本,不会冷吗?

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  2. 是啊,,,沙发。 没有什么公仔了。。。希望可以拍人像了。:)哈哈。。。(还在筹备工具中):“)

    是啊。。。11月,朋友说还好吧。。。要带Jacket,才不会太冷。:)

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  3. Congrats for your hard work completed:)

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  4. Hey Lilian, thanks... :) I feel pretty relief as well.

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Chiat Hau is a portrait and wedding photographer based in Penang, Malaysia. He started his photography journey by shooting strangers' portrait on the streets of Penang and around the world whenever he travel. Observing life and culture through the viewfinder, Chiat Hau has found a passion for framing his subjects in a natural, cinematic and yet photo-journalistic fashion. Capturing precious moments in both commissioned assignments and personal projects.