One Piece - Juracule Mihawk

Product Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (One Piece - Juracule Mihawk)
Attracted to the textures and color of the shirt - In Large

It has been a while that I didn't do any strobbing shoot lately. (Yeah I kinda miss it somehow). Trying to get some new inspiration for myself to get some new lighting setup. Anyway I think I am a slow warm person somehow. :"P So I decided to get myself back into pace again with some figures photography here. :")

So today subject is the Juracule Mihawk figure from One Piece. I remember I read this comic since I am in college when they first started to launched it. Where a little boy who has a pirate as an idol. and in the end, he has ate some strange fruits which turn him into someone who has extra-ordinary ability. (Yeah he is a plastic boy x"D). And he is leading a group of pirates for some treasure quest. Personally I think it is a very nice comic. :")

Product Photography by Chiat Hau Photography (One Piece - Juracule Mihawk)
As well as the hugh sword at his back. :"D - In Large

Anyway setup for the day. It is a 2 lights setup for this shoot. Main light (SB800) on the middle of the figure (slightly on the left to feather off the light) and a key light (580EXII) on the top straight down to the figures to bring out the lining of the structures.

Alright, that's all I have tonight, getting myself slowly warming up again in strobbing and lighting setup. x"). I hope you all will have a great night. Cheers.

3 comments :

  1. 我记得,我好像看过 one piece 的第一集……之后好像就没有继续看下去了,也忘了为什么了 :P
    等我有时间,再去挖那漫画来看,好久都没有看柯南以外的漫画了……哈哈

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  2. 没关系,我也是过了一段时间,才一起看到完那一种。所以呢。。。有空的话就去看看其他的漫画吧。:)

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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.