FRAMES Magazine – Volume 15

We have just published the 15th printed edition of FRAMES. It is arriving at our subscribers as we speak. This

“Pythia” by Wolfgang Gangl

The Pythia: the voice of the god Apollo in the oracle of Delphi. In the middle of Greece, high in

The Flow of Future Memory – Review of “The Seraphim” by Jesse Lenz

Some people call it being in the flow or being in a flow state – that feeling of being completely

“Tess on a Rainy Day” by Jennifer Good

It was a very rainy day, and I was looking for something to do with the kids who were out

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Rudi Bianchi

In today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Rudi Bianchi, collector of photography and portfolio reviewer based in Los Angeles. You

THE ANALOG REVOLUTION: Film Camera News, by Stephen Smith

Since January of this year, every other YouTube photography video has seemed to be about Fujifilm’s hotly anticipated new X100VI.

“Since childhood, I remember myself wanting to stand out”, by Kostis Argiriadis

Why am I taking pictures? Since there is nothing left to be said or seen. Why am I bothered since

In Pity | For Change – Review of “Stranger Fruit” by Jon Henry

I would expect we are all familiar with the Pietà. The Virgin Mary holds the body of Christ, dead, having

“Crossing Into Darkness” by Steven Edson

As a street and documentary photographer, I am always looking to create images that are greater than the sum of

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Robert Flischel

In today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Robert Flischel, a fine art photographer and photography educator from Cincinnati, USA. You

“Figure with Two Heads” by Tania Serket

This photograph was created in 2024 in my studio in Vilnius. It was shot on medium-format film using long exposure

FRAMES Digital Companion – April 2024

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

“Untitled” by Wojciech Karliński

Expressing my thoughts about my photographs is challenging because I primarily think in images, which are difficult to translate into

We Could/Should/Will Have Done More – Review of “SINK / RISE, The Day May Break, Chapter Three” by Nick Brandt

There is a painting in Room 701 of the Denon wing at the Louvre, which stops me every time I

THE FEMALE GAZE: “Lynn Bianchi – Taking On The Male Gaze” by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Lynn Bianchi is a fine art photographer and multimedia artist who has shown her work in over thirty solo exhibitions