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“Breakdown #1” from the “Affected By Society” project, by Kay Gibbons-Buckwell

I took this photo when I was fifteen, 1983, as part of my final-year art folio in high school. The

In Transit – Review of “Station to Station: Exploring the New York Subway” by Ed Hotchkiss

I do not live in New York City, although I visit often. And when I visit, it appears inevitable that

LOOK CLOSER: “Into the Flood: Peter Caton and South Sudan” – by Rob Wilson

As someone who works in a camera shop, I often get to meet a range of interesting people. This is

FRAMES Digital Companion – September 2022

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FRAMES Photography Podcast with Liron Gertsman

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Liron Gertsman, 21 year old award-winning

“Father and Son, Kyiv” by Jonathan Levine

A few years ago, way before the current war, I was in Ukraine on assignment photographing humanitarian needs of the

Every Page a Gem – Review of “Water Views: Rivers, Lakes, Oceans” by David Ondaatje

Here is something obvious, but always worth repeating. Perspective creates insight. I don’t mean insight in any all-encompassing way. What

FRAMES Photography Podcast with David Wright

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to David Wright, British documentary photographer and

THE TALKING EYE: Federica Corbelli and the Art of Urban Decay – Interview by Bob Weil

Each month, Bob profiles an exceptional mobile photographer currently producing notable work across a variety of subjects and employing a

Doubled Vision – Review of “The People’s Pictures” by Lee Friedlander

I remember a soft spring evening several years ago, before the pandemic. A man named Andrew Steinberg, a tremendously gifted

“Son of Fate and Flow” by Aarón Blanco Tejedor

This image was taken about 200 meters from my home. My passion for photography started half a year before we

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Max Hirshfeld

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Max Hirshfeld, American photographer who grew

“Untitled, London 2020” by Sam Benari

This photograph is a part of Through The Window street collection. Taken in Central London in early 2020, only weeks

Expanded Seing – Review of “Crossed Looks” by Namsa Leuba

Perhaps the very best thing about art, in any genre, is its ability to expand our imagination. We read a

THE FEMALE GAZE: Sarah Bultitude: Enigma and Beauty, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Sarah Bultitude is a Lens Based Artist based in Queenstown, Aotearoa. Bultitude has exhibited her work in New Zealand and

FRAMES Digital Companion – August 2022

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