Back to Basic

yes, let's go back to just 1 light today. - In Large

I have completed most of my event and travel photos processing. (Phew, I am quite happy about that actually). At least I have completed all the "required" to complete task list in hand before I travel again. (Oh Yeah~!). Hopefully I could bring my laptop along and process some photos a long the way and share with you all the my journey. (We will see how it goes) :"D

More photo after the jump...

Welcome to the Monkey Island - In Large

And for today photos. I initially planned to go with a 2 lights setup. But too bad, the batteries on the Canon 580EXII are flatted. No choice, I need to get it charge (and looks like there is not much time for me to wait for the battery to recharge to get a proper shoot). So pretty much, back to basic again... shoot everything with just one light. Anyway sometimes one light does make wonders as well. :)

I wonder what I hesitate about. :"P - In Large

Setup for today:
1 * SB800 in a double diffused soft-box on the 45 degree front right (~2 feet) from the subject.

Anyway, that's all I got tonight. I will do one final post before I depart by end of the week. Have a great evening people. Cheers. :)


  1. haha..y always syok sendiri? shuold ask ur wife join u ma...kekekeeeeeee

  2. Hehe... as usual she is busy with her works... :") So I didn't kacau her on this. (I continue SS-ing myself) :"D

  3. hahaha, the monkey one is funny.

  4. Hehe... yeah I guess so when I do that stupid pose... :"P

  5. Haha, 1st one too cool...luckily has the 2nd Monkey one, funny & last one seemed like asking us "what do you want?" Haha...

  6. Haha... to sum up either it is too cool, too funny and also too 欠打。:“P Hehe... Anyway, thanks for dropping by Lilian. :)

  7. 哈哈,我也是比较喜欢猴子的那张 :P

  8. 哈哈,没关系有喜欢的就好。:)





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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.