FRAMES Podcast with Fabrizio Quagliuso

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Fabrizio Quagliuso, London-based Italian photographer, active

“Alfred Stieglitz and the Making of Modern Photography”, by Rick Halpern

Most readers have at least a passing familiarity with Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946), the early twentieth-century photographer and impresario, but it

“Crooked Tree” by Anthony Hepworth

I have had an interest in photography since my teenage years when I shot in black and white and developed

FRAMES Podcast with Thomas Bienert

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to one of the members of FRAMES

LOOK CLOSER: Defenders of the Faith, by Rob Wilson

When you hear the term “Defender of the Faith” you may at first think of one of the formal titles

A Sensual Response – Review of “Look Up To The Moon” by John Cohen

I would be surprised if every photographer did not share one common dream – to go someplace, someplace unfamiliar, perhaps

FRAMES Podcast with Ryan Herz

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to California-based photographer Ryan Herz. You can

“Documentary photographer Florian Ledoux on passion, perseverance, and the power of yes”, by Gina Williams

In 2017, Florian Ledoux quit. He walked away from a stable job, security, and societal approval – and took a

“Officer’s Row, Fort Hancock” by Cynthia Gladis

I am, for the most part, an outdoors, hand held, natural light photographer, whose favorite activity is exploring with a

“Winter in the Cambridgeshire Fens” by Paul Constable

I live in an area of the UK called the Fens located in East Anglia. It is extremely flat and

“Silver Sun #2” by Bruce Crowther

This image was made on a rock platform on the south coast of NSW. For me it was about the

FRAMES Podcast with Art Wolfe

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Art Wolfe, American photographer and conservationist,

Spectacle and Distance – Review of “In the Limelight: The Visual Ecstasy of NYC Nightlife in the 90s”

It seemed good at the time.  In the 1990s, New York City nightclubs defined energy, culture remade by boundary-exploding innovation. 

“Kids at Duboce Park” by Laurel Thornton

San Francisco is a legendary photographers’ dream of a city. When I first moved there years ago, I went to

FRAMES Podcast with Laura Roumanos & Jasmin Chang from Photoville

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Laura Roumanos and Jasmin Chang from

LOOK CLOSER: For the Love of Saul Leiter, by Rob Wilson

In the UK from the 90s to the mid-2000s, there was a somewhat lowbrow ‘talent’ show called Stars in Their