Discover the True Nature

Product Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (Anglia Shandy)
Yes, discover the true nature of Shady. :"P

It has been another hectic yet productive day. (I love the productive feeling). Completed a few meetings for the new project that I am going to handled. manage to resolved some of incident escalated by the customer. (Pretty much it is some minor bug discovered by the 2nd level while I will need to provided sabbatical coverage to one of my state peer who is having vacation at Hawaii now... lucky him :))

Today theme is "Discover the True Nature" which has been another self home work that I completed pretty earlier compare to others, Opppss... :"P This round I try to isolate the Shandy using the other Coke cans. (I prefer both drinks, but I have been really cutting down my consumption of them, specially on Coke) Using only one light this round and control the light to only lighted up the Shandy can. :) (Just to focus and show the chill feel of the Shandy). I am a one light lover (at least for now), trying to use the minimum lighting to create the impact needed :"), and hopefully with the limitation that I set to myself I could create the impact needed. (Of course 1 speed light is all I have :"P).

So, that's all for tonight. :) I hope that all of you will have a GREAT Friday tomorrow. :) (yes is Friday again) :) and enjoy your evening now. Have fun. :)

* And to kiddo under 18. Shandy or beer is not good for your health. Do listen to Uncle CH ya. :")

15 comments :

  1. you've got so many coke cans! are they filled or empty? ah, doesn't matter, it's still quite a lot :p like the lighting.

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  2. Haha... those are the empty one. (Still waiting to be pass to you. Luckily before that, I made the shooting 1st. :"P) If not no subject to shoot already. :"P Neh I have reduced a lot. As you know, I already didn't drink that in the office. :) Anyway, thanks. :)

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  3. Huh? This is so called cutting down ar? Still so many can left. >:S

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  4. No larr... cut down d... all these are empty cans last last ... last (a lot of last) time... :"P. Seldom drink d :"P hehe.

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  5. Huh...you really love Coke-leh...consume too much not good for the health-leh:p

    Ya...the Sandy is stands out in the crowd (Coke):)

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  6. Again... Those are the one that I have finish (:"P) hehe... those cans are going to pass to MW for recycle soon. :) So..., plan to use it for some shoot before I pass it in. :) Thanks Lilian.

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  7. Nice.. :) see, so many people are concern abt you. ;) Have a nice Friday

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  8. woooo nice pic...looks like an advertisement shot from shandy =P kekeke happy long weekend woohoo

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  9. B&G: Thanks. Yeah... feel touch also. So really need to cut down more d. :"P

    FY: Ohhh TQ TQ very much.

    Happy Friday and long weekend to everyone as well. :")

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  10. uncle CH……知道自己老了,就要多注意自己的健康咯……哈哈~~
    对,不要喝太多汽水,多喝白开水。白开水是最好的饮品! ^^ (为白开水打广告)

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  11. 是啊。。。身体也没比以前精灵了。:“P有啊。。。每一天都喝2LITER的水。。。算很多了吧。COKE呢。。。,就没有喝了。其实说实在的白开水最好。能帮助身体排毒。(看来,我也为白开水打广告了):”P 假期快乐。:)

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  12. CH, how you make the background dark ? close all the light?

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  13. Peow, Welcome again. Actually I use a black board as my background and in addition of that, do use the shutter & ISO to control your background lighting. (It depends on how much light you want for your background as well). :) So control it nicely.... :)

    HAPPY PHOTOGRAPHING. :)

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  14. black board? mean the card board with black color? so are you used the tripod ?

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  15. Yes Peow, you are right. Tripod... it depends, sometimes I did, if I know that the shutter speed that is going to used is more the maximum stability that my hand could handled. :"P

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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.