The Importance of Everything – Review of “Timm Rautert and the Lives of Photography”

There are many possible good conversations about photography. Two of them are common and easy. The first is about gear. “Yes, I used

“Municipal Photography and the Twentieth Century City: Toronto, Ontario”, by Rick Halpern

Photography and the twentieth century city grew to maturity together.  Put another way, “modernity” came to be defined by urban

“The Battisti Twins” by Frank Lepre

This photo was taken in Ottawa, Ontario at the home of an old family friend, Antonio Battisti. The two girls,

“There Will Be Light” by Oliver Ammerschuber

I try to spend as much time as possible in forests. The magic of a forest, the peace and also

FRAMES Podcast with Paul Raeside

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Paul Raeside, interiors photographer working editorially

LOOK CLOSER: Ode to the Photobook – by Rob Wilson

May, my wife, has this look she gives me that says, “Are you really going to do that?” We have

Simply Wonderful – Review of “Creating Photographs” by Albert Watson

Let me be clear at the beginning.  I love this book.  It does not take long to read. The images are

“The Poetry of the Simple Things” by Bernard Moncet

In these old residences aged by time, we often pass through there without seeing anything. However, light, colors or graphics

FRAMES Podcast with Jared Powers

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jared Powers, writer, photographer, VIP Liaison

“Bardstown Road Reflections” by Frank Styburski

This image is from my library. I took it a few years ago in Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville is a lovely

“Hamzeh Mohammad Hosseini: Be Not Without Hope”, by Gina Williams

At the age of fourteen, Hamzeh Mohammad Hosseini happened upon a television documentary that discussed the mechanics and operation of

“Here Comes the Sun” by Cynthia Gladis

Long walks on the beach in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina have always been a source of joy for me.

“Making History with History: Attending Shane Balkowitsch’s ‘No Vaccine for Death Project'” by W. Scott Olsen

FRAMES member Shane Balkowitsch may have made photographic history. More than 100 collaborators came together Saturday in Bismarck, North Dakota,

FRAMES Podcast with Thom O’Connor

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Thom O’Connor, New-York based photographer, a

FRAMES Digital Companion – July 2021

We have just released the July 2021 edition of FRAMES Digital Companion and those of you subscribed to FRAMES Magazine