Light to the Archives – Review of “The Unseen Saul Leiter” by Margit Erb and Michael Parillo

One of the benefits of being a prolific photographer is that there is a lot to choose from when putting

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Jem Southam

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

THE TALKING EYE: Alon Goldsmith and a Feature Film in Every Frame – Interview by Bob Weil

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

FRAMES Artist-in-Residence: Adriana Benetti Longhini

Adriana Benetti Longhini is the next FRAMES Artist-in-Residence and today we are releasing the very first part of her series

The Once and Future Now – Review of “Olmsted Trees” by Stanley Greenberg

It is relatively commonplace for a collection of photographs to have an historical intent.  We are accustomed to looking at

“Tranquility” by Tomislav Borisov

We all need time for ourselves. To be alone with ourselves. Sometimes. I used these few hours on the last

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Jessica Todd Harper

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to American portrait photographer Jessica Todd Harper.

LOOK CLOSER: “Jean-Marc Carisse – The Man in the Room” – by Rob Wilson

I like surprises. I really do. Obviously, they have to be good surprises and some of my favourites are related

“Dune, Night” by Brian Kosoff

This was captured at Death Valley. I’ve spent a great deal of time shooting in Death Valley. I find it

Gravitas and Joy – Review of “Coney Island People: 50 Years” by Harvey Stein

Coney Island is one of the bedrocks of American mythology. It does not matter if you’ve never been there. If you are

FRAMES Digital Companion – January 2023

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

“Mountain Bluebird” by Walter Raemisch

I like to carry a camera almost everywhere I go. You never know what might catch your idea or inspire

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Susan Gans

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Susan Gans, photographer and printmaker from

THE ANALOG REVOLUTION: “Back to the Future?”, by Stephen Smith

“Hey Dad, do you still have any film cameras around?” Five years ago, my daughter, then 18, became interested in

When Witness is Invitation – Review of “Beautiful, Still” by Colby Deal

I will admit to a special fondness for the documentary photobook. More deeply than most photojournalism, these books are often