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Multimedia: The Cobbler of Penang

The Cobbler Of Penang from Matt Brandon on Vimeo.   I love featuring my daughter’s work. Not because she is...

There is Strength in Their Faces

    Today I did something I never do, I entered a contest. I have been getting these emails from...

iPhone Offline Maps Review Revisited

Back in September of 2010, I did a blog post on a few iPhone offline maps. It became actually one...

My day for aday.org

  Today was the day the world was asked to take 10 photos of our life and share them. The...

Are We Losing Our Memories?

This is the question that floated to the surface of my mind through a Benadryl induced fog. As I fight...

Jessie’s Avatar

After yesterday’s blog post, Jessie, my daughter, wanted to post a comment to say, thank you for all the nice...

Multimedia: Food Heaven

This post is a treat for me. This is my daughter, Jessie’s first multimedia production. She produced it for a...

So Long Banda Aceh – But Not Good Bye

  I have really enjoyed my time here in this amazing place. I head back in literally just a few...

Even Mug Shots Can Be Enjoyable

  The weekend is over and we made up for lost time. Today was spent shooting hours of video. We...

A Postcard From Banda Aceh

  Today was one of those days. Not much accomplished. The client we are shooting for is taking the day...

New Bag from Think Tank for Lite Traveler

  I am taking a break from Aceh for a word from our sponsor. It’s been awhile since I have...

What happens after you’ve seen hell?

  Banda Aceh – I was told it was a bastion of conservative Islam and to watch my step. I...

Photography: What’s real, what’s not and does it matter?

This may be bad timing as I am preparing to leave tomorrow for a week in Banda Acheh, Sumatra, Indonesia....

Lightroom 4 Brings New Life to Old Images

 AFTER   About the Author Latest Posts Workshops Contact the AuthorAbout Matt BrandonMatt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel...

Preparation Not Panic Gets You The Image

  Yesterday, not far off from where my family lives in Malaysia there was a major earthquake. Actually, there were...

An Easter Parade. The Libut of La Union, Philippines.

  These days I don’t take it for granted that people know even the most basic history of any given...

Mabuhay from the Donsol, Philippines

I wrap up a few days with the family in Donsol, Philippines. We swam with the whale sharks and watched...

Jim and The Chequers Inn

My good friend and knowledge management Guru, Jim Trott. After a long day of meetings where the conversation centers around...

England and the X-Pro 1

I am in England for a few days, then off to the Philippines. While here, I spent some time with...

The Mamas of Chowrasta

This is a multimedia essay by Nate Watkins and myself. We have been working on this for months. We first...

My First Impressions of the Fujifilm X-Pro 1

  I want to make it very clear that this is not a technical review. This is, just as the...