“Rooflines” by Steven Millman

Like with the majority of my images, I picked an area to visit and explore it with my camera. This

“Sadness” by Ra Tinoko

This image was unplanned. A few years ago I started working on a very personal series called Every Body has

FRAMES Podcast with Jim Zuckerman

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jim Zuckerman, professional photographer, who has

LOOK CLOSER: The Joy of the Street, by Rob Wilson

I am at a busy corner that makes a sharp right turn in Jodhpur, India. Jodhpur is known as the

The New Way, the Old Way – Review of “Northern Plains Native Americans: A Modern Wet Plate Perspective” by Shane Balkowitsch

Imagine a project of 1000 portraits. Now imagine the project in a way that you only get one try for each

FRAMES Podcast with Paul Sanders

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Paul Sanders, fine art photographer, Fujifilm

“Pedro Luís Ajuriaguerra Saiz: Dreams are to be fulfilled”, by Gina Williams

What is your creative superpower? For Pedro Luís Ajuriaguerra Saiz, an internationally renowned photographer based in Spain, his supernatural photography

“Eucalyptus Forest in Clearing Mist, Near Cessnock, Australia” by Geoff Woods

I left home early one morning, an hour before sunrise to photograph a place called Paxton Swamp. On arrival there

“Photography, Anthropology, and the American Colonial Endeavor in the Philippines”, by Rick Halpern

My last column explored the way in which photography played a role in documenting and interpreting the American West at

“The Harbour Wall” by Tom Ryan

On a damp and cold Wednesday evening I led a group of photographers from Perth on a photo walk around

“Pardon Me” by Mukti Echwantono

This photo tells about the break up of a couple who did not have time to say goodbye for some

FRAMES Podcast with Peter Freed

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Peter Freed, New York based advertising

FRAMES Digital Companion – May 2021

We have just released the May 2021 edition of FRAMES Digital Companion and those of you subscribed to FRAMES Magazine

Witness – Review of “Taxi: Journey Through My Windows 1977-1987” by Joseph Rodriguez

I sometimes wonder about the work we do. Photographers are documentarians, yes. But we are also historians, sociologists, ethnographers. Sometimes we are psychiatrists

“Viewing the New Crater at Geldingadalir Eruption” by Einar Pall Svavarsson

When a new crater opened at Geldingadalir valley at Reykjanes Peninsula on April 19th, people flocked to the location. It

“Light Therapy” by Behzad Soltani

The ongoing state of our world has been taking its toll on me. I’ve been feeling lost (physically, mentally and