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A Culture of Strangers

A Culture of Strangers

by Shiloh Lane I grew up in a very small town in Kentucky; I went to college in another very
Depth of Field: Gary & Vivian Chapman

Depth of Field: Gary & Vivian Chapman

Gary S Chapman and wife Vivian Chapman’s  goal is to help non-government organizations communicate with the public through stunning images
March Wallpaper: Give Peace a Shot with IGVP!

March Wallpaper: Give Peace a Shot with IGVP!

    This month’s wallpaper is courtesy of the International Guild of Visual Peacemakers I am a member of several
Culture Stress: Can’t Win for Losing

Culture Stress: Can’t Win for Losing

The interview I had planned for today would be better as a Depth of Field podcast So, left with a
Think Tank Announces the Retrospective

Think Tank Announces the Retrospective

Think Tank Photo has announced several new product lately One of which rates a 12 on scale of 1-to-10 for
A Whiff of Progress and Pad Thai

A Whiff of Progress and Pad Thai

MB:  I want to introduce to you a young lady who will be guest blogging here every so often; Shiloh
Esther Havens: A Report from Haiti

Esther Havens: A Report from Haiti

I met Esther Havens over twitter I heard a lot of scuttlebutt about how she was this young attractive hotshot photographer out of Austin, Texas
Depth of Field: Ami Vitale, David duChemin and Matt Brandon

Depth of Field: Ami Vitale, David duChemin and Matt Brandon

This is perhaps one of my favorite Depth of Fields It is less an interview (not that any of my
Composition: Prescriptive or Descriptive?

Composition: Prescriptive or Descriptive?

If there is one question I get whenever I teach or discuss composition it is, “Yeah but do you shoot
Line of Sight

Line of Sight

So much visual weight is given to the human face that it trumps just about everything else in an image
Jessica Courtney

Jessica Courtney

Yesterday I received a lot of positive response on Hebers Vega’s multimedia essay Today I want to highlight one more
Heber Vega

Heber Vega

To review; I have seen that many NGOs (Non-Government Organizations aka not-for-profit organizations), especially the smaller ones, have less financial
Saved by a $19.95

Saved by a $19.95

Contrary to popular belief, there is no such thing as a universal press pass No one pass exists that will
Halabja

Halabja

I have made it back home Back to my wife and my child and my bed I am going to
Update: Kirkuk

Update: Kirkuk

The Old Ottoman city of Kirkuk Quick update Yesterday I drove with Millennium Relief and Development Services (MRDS) to Kirkuk
Ya gotta love light!

Ya gotta love light!

About the Author Latest Posts Workshops Contact the AuthorAbout Matt BrandonMatt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel photographer Well
Working with Change

Working with Change

If you cannot work with change, if you cannot cope with uncertainty, then
Istanbul…more snow.

Istanbul…more snow.

Today was bitterly cold A constant snow fall, all day long
Istanbul: Day two

Istanbul: Day two

The Ottoman architecture and art is reminiscence for Mogul architecture and art for me
The Blue Mosque & The Ayasofya

The Blue Mosque & The Ayasofya

It started snowing as our plain touched down at 8 am here in Istanbul It has not stopped In fact
Abu Dhabi Do

Abu Dhabi Do

I am now sitting in the Abu Dhabi airport and I gotta tell you I am unimpressed with the place
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