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Indian Summers in Penang

Indian Summers in Penang

I am excited to say that I have been hired as the Still Photographer for a new British drama by
Horses for Courses – Mr. Johari Lee

Horses for Courses – Mr. Johari Lee

  I love riding horses Up until Monday it had been around 20 years since I have sat on anything
Sometimes It’s Not About The Photograph.

Sometimes It’s Not About The Photograph.

For the last few nights the sunsets here in Penang have been nothing short of spectacular On Friday, as I
Thank God It’s Good Friday!

Thank God It’s Good Friday!

    About the Author Latest Posts Workshops Contact the AuthorAbout Matt BrandonMatt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel
Rajasthan 2015 Photo Workshop Announced

Rajasthan 2015 Photo Workshop Announced

  I am thrilled to say that we set our plans into motion for the next Rajasthan Photo Trek (workshop)
A few thoughts of the Fujifilm FX56 mm F/1.2 R

A few thoughts of the Fujifilm FX56 mm F/1.2 R

  This is part two of my thoughts on two lenses that Fujifilm Malaysia lent me this past week In
A few thoughts of the Fujifilm XF10-24mm f/4 R OIS

A few thoughts of the Fujifilm XF10-24mm f/4 R OIS

  Last week my friends at Fujifilm Malaysia loaned me two of their latest and greatest lenses to play with
The Popup Flash: A Pro Tool?

The Popup Flash: A Pro Tool?

I came close to titling this post as “Pro Sho – Who says” I have read so many Facebook posts,
A Podcast: A conversation on the Fujifilm X System with Piet Van den Eynde #02

A Podcast: A conversation on the Fujifilm X System with Piet Van den Eynde #02

  Last year after the Rajasthan Photo Trek, Piet Van den Eynde and I decided to take a few minutes
Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Favorites

Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Favorites

Thanks Alou, Matt and Piet for the great time and all I had learnt in Rajasthan Hope to join you
Review: Fujifilm Instax Share SP-1 Smartphoto Printer

Review: Fujifilm Instax Share SP-1 Smartphoto Printer

Probably one of the biggest surprises of this Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek was my last minute purchase of the Fujifilm
Good things come to those that wait

Good things come to those that wait

  I see the crystal raindrops fall And the beauty of it all Is when the sun comes shining through
Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Work Pt 2

Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Work Pt 2

  I am excited to bring you more samples of the Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek participants’ work These are
Radha Gopinath Krishna Temple

Radha Gopinath Krishna Temple

Today we walked through the Chand Pol (main market) of Jaipur We had not gone very far when I heard
A Few B&W Images From the Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek

A Few B&W Images From the Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek

The workshop has been going well with relatively few logistical issues along the way I have very little time to
Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Work

Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek Participant’s Work

   I wanted to post this a few days back but the internet has been sketchy This is the first
Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek

Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek

  It is always difficult to find even a few moments to post photos and updates when leading a workshop
Review: iBattz Mojo Refuel Battery Case (iPhone 5)

Review: iBattz Mojo Refuel Battery Case (iPhone 5)

One of the great things about using an iPhone (or any smartphone, for that matter) is that you can do
iBattz Mobile Power and Fujifilm Mobile Print Solution

iBattz Mobile Power and Fujifilm Mobile Print Solution

I am really excited to try out two new toys on this trip to Rajasthan Actually to call them “toys”
Off to Rajasthan

Off to Rajasthan

  On Friday, February the 14th, I travel with my Valentine, Alou, and head to India for the start of
3 Techniques for Capturing Motion in Photography

3 Techniques for Capturing Motion in Photography

If you think about it, it’s funny to talk about movement when discussing photography Photography is all about stopping motion,
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