Strobist - Corporate Portrait : Lights, Lab and Peoples

It is a small corporate portrait photo-shoot which need to be completed in one hour. Anyway, a few setup has been tested and setup-ed and also been changed during the shoot as well to get the most coolest possible shoot for those 3 groups of peoples in a lab. Anyway not much changes been done (in terms of posing and composition) for the 3 groups since it will be use in some publishing works. :") (Everything needs to be looks standard and consistent type of photo-shoot)

More photos after the jump...

Anyway the setup is pretty simple and quick, 1 octobox with grid on top of the subject probably like 2 feet away and then a bare flash with grid with blue gel like 4 feet away. Lastly, we take some time off (or during the waiting time I will say while waiting for the rest to come) to shoot the crew of the day! (We call ourself "The Hoodie Club" - since everyone is owning a hoodie with them) for some quick shoot. (How can you forget the crew right?) ;)

Anyway, it was a fun photo-shoot. Not a lot of shoot been done. But yet, it is a very cool one. :") Thanks to DJ and Kee Woon for being the lighting assistance for that day, which make the whole session a very smooth and fast one. Thanks guys! ;), No matter what, a small series here. Hope that you all will enjoy it. Have a great weekend ahead and Happy 4th July to everyone!! :")

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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.