Rajasthan Photo Trek: Good to Great Part 3

© Eric Bunn

© Eric Bunn

 

This is the last of a series of photos by my participants in the Rajasthan Photo Trek 2013. Several folks have commented this week that it takes guts for a workshop leader to post the images by their participants. I am not sure I understand why, as I feel very proud of my participants. I saw tremendous growth from the first few days of shooting till the last. I hope this reflects a little bit on my abilities as an instructor and thus I’m very proud to show you these images. In part 2 I showed you four of the participant’s work, in this post you see the work of the remaining five. The dates are set for the Rajasthan Photo Trek 2014. It will be February 16th through March 1st, 2014. Email me if you are interested, the price is still being worked out.

 

© Eric Bunn

© Eric Bunn

 

© Andrée Lawrey

© Andrée Lawrey

 

© Andrée Lawrey

© Andrée Lawrey

 

© Brendan White

© Brendan White

 

© Brendan White

© Brendan White

 

© Melinda Blanchot

© Melinda Blanchot

 

© Melinda Blanchot

© Melinda Blanchot

 

© Rob Clairmont

© Rob Clairmont

 

© Rob Clairmont

© Rob Clairmont

 

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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2 thoughts on “Rajasthan Photo Trek: Good to Great Part 3

  1. Matt, I think the improvement is due more to your teaching, leadership and patience than you are giving yourself credit for. A really inspiring, thought provoking workshop, that gave all that it promised.Many thanks to you, Piet and Alou for a great adventure. Any of you other readers, get in quick for 2014 and don’t miss out. You won’t regret it!
    Cheers.

    • Thanks Eric for the kind words. Alou and I and Piet really enjoyed ourselves and it was mainly because of the good company. Bhutan?

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