Wallpaper: August 2010

By now you will have noticed I have not been posting on this blog over this past week or so. I am on the road and will be spending much of August in Indonesia on assignment and in meetings with several organizations. Last week I taught a workshop on how to compose and shoot better images with the camera you have. Fun stuff, I have not taught complete novices’ in a long time and it was rewarding.

Indonesia is green to say the least. Lush vegetation of every plant imaginable. Yet, as is so often the case, one of my favorite images was taken in the most common of places – next to the wall of a hotel. This photo of bamboo communicates relaxation and peace to me and so I hope it will work well on your desktop. This month I continued the idea I started with last month in providing you with a theme for your iPhone or iPod Touch.

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About Matt Brandon

Matt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel photographer. Well known as a photographer and international workshop instructor, Matt’s images have been used by business and organizations around the globe. Matt also on the design board for Think Tank Photo, a camera bag manufacturer.

In 2013 Matt founded the On Field Media Project to train the staff of non-profits to use appropriate technology to produce timely as well as quality images.

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7 thoughts on “Wallpaper: August 2010

  1. Nice shot Matt I hope to be in Indo at the beginning of next year, so I´m looking forward to seeing what you shoot.



  2. Serene, indeed, Matt. Great selection for a wallpaper image – looks great on my iPod Touch. Was that shot with your 1.4 lens?

  3. Lovely. We are in the process of hunting down some bamboo for growing in our backyard as it's such a wonderful plant. Problem is, when one starts looking into bamboo, it's mindboggling the various types of bamboo there are to chose from.

    Your image is on my desktop now as a reminder that there are many ways to enjoy bamboo if one can't get the right live version!

  4. So what apps are inside the bundled categories on that iPhone image? Photogy, Utilities, Productivity? Is that your iphone image? I'm looking for some more good apps.

    Nice delicate shot/wallpaper, too.

  5. Enjoy your fun, busy month. Sounds like lots of great things are going on.

    Only a tiiiny bit jealous. 🙂

  6. Thanks for the wallpaper photo! I love bamboo. I love Indonesia. I love this pic. And this complete novice has been inspired to learn more on your website. 🙂

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