An Open, Private Book – Review of “Magnum 2020: A Book by Magnum Photographers”

With luck, we’ve all had this conversation. Late at night, more or less, we find ourselves talking with other photographers,

FRAMES Digital Companion – December 2021

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

“Put Foot” by Alon Goldsmith

I ride my bike every day hunting for photos for my 365 project. The idea is to get a photo

FRAMES Podcast with Steve McCurry

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Steve McCurry, American photographer, freelancer, and

FRAMES Artist-in-Residence: Bob Weil

Bob Weil is the third FRAMES Artist-in-Residence and today we are releasing the first installment of Bob’s feature, where he

THE FEMALE GAZE: Melanie Walker – Blind Faith and Compassionate Vision, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Melanie Walker is an artist and educator who lives and works in Boulder, Colorado. Walker was awarded her MFA from

“Oleander leaf, 2021” by Alessandra Chaves

Botanical photography is one of my passions and within this field I particularly enjoy photographing subjects that are past their

In Praise of Brillance – Review of “Águas de Ouro” by Sandra Cattaneo Adorno

There is something special about reorientation. You think you know something – at least its boundaries if not its core –

“Something from Nothing” by Roddy Parkinson

I am a retired photographer and photo teacher who has never gotten tired of shooting. I started in Vietnam in

FRAMES Podcast with Brigitte Kuckenberg-Wagner

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Brigitte Kuckenberg-Wagner, master of photo manipulation,

What We Love – What We Can Learn – Review of “Hayao Miyazaki” by Jessica Niebel

There are lessons everywhere. Not all of them are direct. “Hayao Miyazaki” by Jessica NiebelPublished by Delmonico Books, 2021review by

LOOK CLOSER: Do we need a photographic code of ethics? – by Rob Wilson

There is a photograph that I took some years ago that troubles me. I am not sure if it is

“Tariq Zaidi: A Way of Being in the World”, by Gina Williams

In one scene of his book trailer, a group of boisterous children gleefully follow a brightly clad Sapeur down a

FRAMES Podcast with Jens Mathiasson

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jens Mathiasson, portrait photographer from Sweden

“Blue Light #2” by Fran Forman

My work has been described as ‘photo-painting’. I construct and manipulate images from photographs that I shoot and archive over