“Camila” by Alexei Mikhailov

This photo was taken in a photo studio as part of the Model Tests project for Camila. At first sight,

FRAMES Photography Podcast with John Kreidler

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to John Kreidler, Leica Professional Imaging Specialist

FRAMES Digital Companion – June 2022

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

“Refresh Yourself” by Jerry Golab

Every once in a while I revisit older images to see if I could do a better job in editing

In Praise of Volume – Review of “Colorist” by Robert A. Flischel

The use of color is a tricky subject for photographers. I’m not talking about color versus black and white or

THE TALKING EYE: Gary Litwin, Infrared Landscape Photographer – Interview by Bob Weil

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

“States of Temper” by Bob Rainville

This is my second year experiencing and shooting this otherworldly landscape. This pilgrimage originated as a desperate attempt to escape

FRAMES Photography Podcast with John Paul Caponigro

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to John Paul Caponigro, an internationally collected

THE FEMALE GAZE: Yukari Chikura: For the Love of a Father, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Yukari Chikura (地蔵 ゆかり) was born in Tokyo, Japan. Her award-winning work has been exhibited globally. She is the winner

“In the Moss Garden” by Colleen Parker

This image was the last I made on an afternoon spent wandering about our local arboretum. It had rained heavily

Elegant, Sad and Profound – Review of “Vanishing Cuba: A curated photo storytelling collection” by Michael Chinnici

Every now and then, a photo book is completely astounding. The images are technically brilliant and insightfully composed. The subject

“Shadow 15” by Diane Fenster

Shadow 15 from the series Penumbral Epiphanies. (1): a usually sudden manifestation or perception of the essential nature or meaning

FRAMES Photography Podcast with John Dolan

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to John Dolan, fine art wedding photographer

On the Politics of Portraits – An essay review of “Northern Plains Americans: A Modern Wet Plate Perspective, Volume Two” by Shane Balkowitsch

Photography is no stranger to politics. With the possible exceptions of landscape and still life photography, nearly every other form

LOOK CLOSER: “Alec Soth: The World, in Photobooks” – by Rob Wilson

Many years ago, I stumbled across a series of articles in The Guardian that caught my eye. The series was

When the Moment Occurs – Review of “Abandoned Moments: A Love Letter to Photography” by Ed Kashi

There is something both common and brilliant about the idea of revisiting images. With just a little bit of time