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Oh Mercy… Its a New Lunar Year!

Oh Mercy… Its a New Lunar Year!

I am not trying to be politically correct here, but it is true that the Chinese are not the only
Run Silent, Run Frustrated

Run Silent, Run Frustrated

This past week I was in Kolkata, India leading a On Field Media Project workshop The days were long, but
Pushing the X-E2 to it’s limits and finding them.

Pushing the X-E2 to it’s limits and finding them.

  Day two of Thaipusam I was up at 4 am to catch the action on Waterfall Road Waterfall Road is
Thaipusam in Slow Motion

Thaipusam in Slow Motion

  If I am in Penang during Thaipusam I try to cover this amazing event Thaipusam is a Hindu festival
A Few (more) Images from the Philippines

A Few (more) Images from the Philippines

  Happy New Year! It has been a crazy busy Christmas vacation What with time spent working on the X-E2
Fujifilm X-E2: A Real World Review In The Philippines

Fujifilm X-E2: A Real World Review In The Philippines

  Just days before leaving for Christmas in the Philippines with my in-laws I traded my Canon EOS 5D Mark
The Lamayuru, Ladakh Barley Harvest

The Lamayuru, Ladakh Barley Harvest

 (Best Viewed Full Screen) I have been working on this very short (2:06) SoundSlides multimedia on the Barley harvest in
Ladakh Photo Trek & Kashmir 4 Day Adventure Announced.

Ladakh Photo Trek & Kashmir 4 Day Adventure Announced.

I am particularly excite to announce this Photo Trek around Ladakh and it’s 4 day add-on to
How to Find Your Subject’s Point of View

How to Find Your Subject’s Point of View

  A novel is always written in a particular voice or point of view This is a literary technique to
Gong Xi Fa Chai – Happy Chinese New Year!

Gong Xi Fa Chai – Happy Chinese New Year!

  Download the above photo as your Chinese New Year Wallpaper  It’s that time a year again when the red
Ami Vitale: Ripple Effect

Ami Vitale: Ripple Effect

Every so often I like to post something just to inspire my readers Especially if it is from a friend
Eid-ul Adha, Kapitan Keling Masjid

Eid-ul Adha, Kapitan Keling Masjid

I woke up today thinking I would go out and shoot some rain photos It has been raining here for
Compositional Elements 101: The Human Form

Compositional Elements 101: The Human Form

  One of my favorite quotes about storytelling is by filmmaker Ken Burns He says, “All storytelling is manipulation” This
Fujifilm X – Switch or not To Switch

Fujifilm X – Switch or not To Switch

I‘ve had many emails and Facebook messages lately asking me if I have switched completely over to the Fujifilm X-series
Review: Fujinon XF 23 f/1.4R

Review: Fujinon XF 23 f/1.4R

  Last Friday I received a package from one of my friends at Fujifilm Malaysia They were kind enough to
New York Institute of Photography: But it’s Just an iPhone!

New York Institute of Photography: But it’s Just an iPhone!

Note: These days I am writing for both my blog and the New York Institute of Photography Here is the
A Podcast: Mitchell Kanashkevich

A Podcast: Mitchell Kanashkevich

Mitchell Kanashkevich is probably one of the most talented photographers I know He has gotten that way by shooting continuously
Kathmandu: In Black and White

Kathmandu: In Black and White

About the Author Latest Posts Workshops Contact the AuthorAbout Matt BrandonMatt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel photographer Well
Swayambhunath: The Monkey Temple

Swayambhunath: The Monkey Temple

  You can tell by the past few posts by Jon McCormack and I that we filled out days shooting
Life, Worship and Sitting around: Bhaktapur, Nepal

Life, Worship and Sitting around: Bhaktapur, Nepal

  Bhaktapur was the capital of Nepal until late in the 15th century As a result it has many amazing
Redux: Kathmandu’s Boudhanath Stupa

Redux: Kathmandu’s Boudhanath Stupa

  Kathmandu is a strange mix of Hindu and Buddhist culture With only a few days to explore my friend
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