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Iraq Itinerary

httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1xnhS4zNwE About the Author Latest Posts Workshops Contact the AuthorAbout Matt BrandonMatt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel photographer....

Your chance at a start in humanitarian photography

Here is your chance to get your feet wet in the muddy but exciting waters of humanitarian photography.  A very...

February Wallpaper

So my gift to you is not one but two complete sets of wallpaper for most any size screen as well as for your iPhone or iPod Touch.

Iraq: Gear Preview

I am taking a few pieces of new gear with me to Iraq when I leave this Friday. Some of...

The Multimedia Photo Essay: Photos and More

In preparation for teaching some NGOs in Iraq how to tell their stories through multimedia photo essays, I’ve been visiting...

Depth of Field: Karl Grobl

Karl Grobl is an amazing man. He travels more than he stays at home. He shoot compelling images with his...

January’s Wallpaper

    You know what they say, “Better late than never.”  I am trying to get caught up on my...

Depth of Field: Zack Arias

This interview is posting later the the Digital Trekker. Most of you hard core Depth of Field freaks have already...

Lumen Dei Tibet: The Heart of Kham

Today I am excited to announce a new Lumen Dei workshop lead by yours truly. It’s the trip dreams are...

Christmas Break

Christmas in Kentucky 1961 Unlike some of you workaholics, I am going to get in touch with the familial side...

Depth of Field: Chris Orwig

Today I speak with Chris Orwig, an instructor at the Brooks Institute of Photography, about what prompted him to write...

James Nachtwey: An Opportunist or An Opportunity

This weekend I became somewhat frustrated with the photographic community. To be more precise; I became frustrated with a small,...

Multimedia: The Cheese Man of Kashmir

I have been quiet lately for several reasons. First, in the most responsible for my lack of communication is I...

Depth of Field: Ami Vitale

This past September we where fortunate to have Ami Vitale as a guest instructor on our Ladakh Lumen Dei photo...

Lumen Dei: Kumbh Mela, India

Gavin Gough and I are thrilled to announce that we will officially start taking applications for the 2010 Kumbh Mela Lumen Dei photo workshop and tour. Now, I could wax eloquently about the tour for hundreds of words. But, Gavin has such a nice English lilt I will let him tell you all about our tour and workshop. Gavin if you please? "It’s difficult to measure the excitement with which Matt Brandon and I are announcing this photo tour. Off the scale probably.

December’s Wallpaper

    I don’t have any current snowy images that I can use to make the December Wallpaper for you....

The Hands of Rat Island

As you know, I’ve been giving myself assignments lately for several reasons. Of course the main reason is just to...

Depth of Field: David duChemin

If you are in the USA, let me be the first to wish you a happy Thanksgiving. I got an...

Playing Favorites

One of my favorites. Recently I was interviewed and was asked which image of mine was my favorite. I stared...

Voices, So Many Voices!!

Over the last couple weeks, I’ve been pushing you to push yourself. To step out of your comfort zones and...

For the photographer who has everything

Sunny 16 Maybe you’re like me and you have a bad memory. I try to remember all those little rules...
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