“Former Pentecostal Church, Klump Ave, North Hollywood” by Douglas Hill

As a photographer I spend a good deal of my time prowling my environment in the hopes of being surprised.

FRAMES Podcast with Adger Cowans

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Adger Cowans. You can listen to

The Moment Before Everything – Review of “In Search of Elsewhere” by Steve McCurry

There is a moment I love.  Imagine a dance teacher counting five, six, seven, eight. Just before the next one, the

“Untitled” by Stephanie Duprie Routh

In December last year, I had the good fortune of traveling to Mexico for a photography workshop. The workshop was

“Untitled” by Adrian Hill

I began taking photographs over forty years ago. From the very beginning I was enthralled and captivated by the photographic

FRAMES Podcast with Austin Granger

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Austin Granger. You can listen to

LOOK CLOSER: Ragnar Axelsson and the Human Face of Climate Change

Rob Wilson examines the work of Ragnar Axelsson, the Icelandic photographer who documents the Arctic’s threatened cultures. I still remember

On Nostalgia, Happiness and Tears – Review of “The Boys” by Rick Schatzberg

Here is a proposition: Memory demands the present. At one level this is obvious. Memory, by definition, resides in the previous,

“Transcendence. Triptych Top Panel” by Colin Charles Harris

As I was making The Fragments of the Natural World book, encompassing many of my most favorite film images, I

Photographic Projects

It really is quite satisfying to make a truly emotive photograph. You know the kind I’m speaking of, that ‘greatest

FRAMES Podcast with Sharon Williams

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Sharon Williams. You can listen to

“Breathe!” by Bob James

This is another one of my many “found” pictures I take as I prowl the streets on foot or in

“The Power Station” by Jon Higham

I love wondering around with my camera. There is a large power station in the countryside surrounded by woods a

FRAMES Podcast with Keld Skytte Petersen

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Keld Skytte Petersen – a nature

“Space Age Lost” by Toni Peach

I love wondering around with my camera. As a travel and street photographer I venture extensively to the major cities

Quantity vs. Quality in the Digital Age

Ansel Adams once remarked that “twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop”. As magnificent as his