“Rampa Marina” by Franco Cappellari

I took this picture in 2006. Already for some time I had been planning to create a photographic reportage on

“Determination” by Steve Runer

This photo was taken on June 28, 2015, while I was a member of the Board of Directors and official

FRAMES Podcast with Sean Goswell

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Sean Goswell, photographer from Sommerset, UK,

LOOK CLOSER: The Beautiful Life of Birds, by Rob Wilson

I must make a confession. I am known among many of my photography friends for not liking bird photography. In

Too Much, Too Little – Review of “Women Street Photographers”, edited by Gulnara Samoilova

Everything about this book seems like a good idea. Street Photography is hot right now. The founding superstars are all men –

“Untitled” by Pierre Lemieux

It was at the end of winter. I was walking with a friend through my neighborhood and suddenly these two

FRAMES Podcast with Stuart Graham

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Stuart Graham, photographer from the UK,

“Deep in the Woods” by Damon Mitchell

Like a lot of people I have been off work during the past few months due to the current situation,

“Hardijanto Budiman: Exploring Lost Worlds”, by Gina Williams

In October 2019 in Siena, Italy at the Siena International Photography Awards Ceremony and Festival, as photographers from more than

“A Memory of Steel” by W. Scott Olsen

Why are photographers drawn to ruins? It does not matter if the ruin is an abandoned home, a collapsing barn,

“Footsteps In The Sand” by Sean Goswell

I wake up every morning with the view of the ocean through the bedroom window. I’m naturally drawn to it.

“Yearning” by Giles Hugo

The blooms are Amaryllis belladonna [aka Jersey lily, belladonna lily, naked lady lily, or March lily], absolutely my favourite blossoms.

FRAMES Podcast with Phil Penman

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Phil Penman, one of the most

A Braided Healing – Review of “He Threw the Last Punch Too Hard” by Hannah Kozak

“One of the hardest, yet most therapeutic journeys a photographer can take is to turn the lens around on themselves,

“The Birth of Documentary Photography: Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine”, by Rick Halpern

My last column exploring the heyday of American documentary photography in the Depression era raises an interesting question:  what were

“Metamorphosis 3” by Ricardo Reis

This projects reflects the changes that happen inside oneself, the transformation process that starts inside and manifests itself on the