FOOD FOR THOUGHT: “Bercy – 12° Arrondissement Paris – The place where talent and effort coexist”, by Silvia Ionna

The motto “ Success is 10 % inspiration and 90% perspiration”, attributed to inventor Thomas Edison, could be the ideal

A New Question on Old Ground – Review of “New York Unseen” by Luc Kordas

There is a problem nearly every photographer faces. How do you photograph something with a freshness and originality, a sense

“Hope and Freedom” by Hans-Juergen Sommer

It’s an important part of my life to take photographs. In the past, my pictures had to be nice and

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Barbara Mensch

On today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Barbara Mensch, a New York-based photographer and author whose work has been exhibited in

“October Snow Cheesman Park Denver” by David Pfannenstiel

We were having a blizzard in Denver the day I took this. The shot was taken at Cheesman Park near

“Deep In Thought” by John Martinotti

As an accomplished fine art photographer my primary goal was to create content of this model that that tells a

The Best Kind of Uncomfortable – Review of “Hauntings” by Antonio Mozeto

I often wonder about our expectations for a photo book. There are 1000 times 1000 different ways to imagine photography.

THE FEMALE GAZE: “Sandra Klein: Seeing in Layers of Metaphor”, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Sandra Klein was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She received a BFA from Tyler School of Fine Art in Philadelphia,

Big Changes at FRAMES

There is some very significant news I would like to share with you today. We have added FRAMES Photography Circle activities,

FRAMES Digital Companion – March 2024

We have just released the newest edition of FRAMES Digital Companion, and those who subscribe to FRAMES Magazine can now

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Lucia Rollow

On today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Lucia Rollow, artist, educator and community organizer who founded Bushwick Community Darkroom in 2011.

“Dog and Swimmers, Bude Sea Pool” by Jerry Webb

This was shot in September in Bude, Cornwall, in 2019. We were on holiday and often go to this part

“New Zealand Street Portrait” by James Stonley

I live in a small rural village just out of Christchurch City in New Zealand and can often be found

With Stops Along the Way – Review of “Dammed: Birth to Death of the Colorado River” by Debbie Bentley

A series of photos can have remarkable power. They can provoke a growing emotion. They can provoke a developing empathy.

“Snowfall” by Adriana Benetti Longhini

During a discussion last year where I talked about being criticized for photographing a location over and over again, I

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Julia Dean

On today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Julia Dean, a photographer, educator, writer, and founder and former executive director of the