Monthly Archives: February 2011

  • Jump by Ryan Fong

    February 25th features the one and only, Ryan Fong, displaying a deft application of having fun in Dad's photography studio at HARA Partners / Fashion Tower Studios.

    We start off with a step by step, photo recap of Ryan doing what he does best... being a 3 year old boy!








    Dedicated to my special boy... love Daddy.
    Stay tuned for Max (just need him to get a little bit older before we throw him on set!)


  • DBG Talent Model - Chris White

    DBG Talent & Model Management commissioned HARA Partners to shoot their model, Chris White, for a model comp card.  Head shot, body shot and wardrobe shots were done in a span of 4 hours as we were able to shoot and print for Chris' aspiring model career.

    dbg talent

    This is not the first time DBG Talent has worked with HARA Partners as we've helped launch model, Elieth Doyle's career.  We wish DBG Talent and Model Management as well as Chris White, much success!

  • In case of photo shoot emergency, break down our door!

    OK... don't really break down our door, but do come knocking like B.Moss Clothing Company when they had to do a few one-off shots of products that were missed in theirmain commercial shoot.

    Fashion Tower Studios, wholly-owned by Hara Partners, shot model Marianna Tumasova for 2 tops and 1 accessory for B.Moss Clothing Company.  It was a great session as the beautiful Marianna came in fresh with a super positive attitude...

    Playful and pretty
    2 Legit 2 Quit!

    I mean really, Marianna and the BMoss brand just looks wonderful on each other.
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  • February 24th was a great and fulfilling day.

    Vernon Fong, Creative Director of HARA Partners, directed Leo Fong on an intense photo shoot of Rachel Schnipper's Aeron Chair.  The goal of this shoot was to provide detailed shots of Rachel's chair so that she can sell and 'make a lot of money', per Leo...

    Leo helped Vernon set up the studio for backdrop, strobe lighting, moving sand bags, and V flats for the proper lighting.  And with great care and precision, Leo positioned the chair for the optimal viewing angle.

    Here we have Leo setting the chair in the proper position

    Once the chair was in its proper place, Leo put his artistic eye behind the camera and snapped off dozens of shots until Vernon approved of the final image.  Look at the wonderful details and positioning of the chairs lever!

    Final image of left side detail of the Aeron chair

    After an intense photo shop session for cropping and image manipulation, Leo was happy that he achieved a great day of shooting.  We only hope Rachel is happy with the results!

    Satisfaction of a job well done

    Satisfied with a hard day, Leo decided to show off some of his legendary kung fu skills, the secret art of the Flamingo Style!  Be careful because Leo is deadly with his one-legged stance!

    Flamingo Style by Leo Fong

    Dedicated to my boy.  I love you, Leo... love Daddy.

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