THE TALKING EYE: Liu Kunkun and the Play of Light, Line and Shadow – Interview by Bob Weil

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

A Quiet Intimacy – Review of “Family Photographs” by Joan Albert

It’s always a bit of magic when a photograph transcends the mundane and becomes something special. We all have family

“La Madame” by Roger Guetta

La Madame here does not translate as ‘The Madame of a bawdy house.’ It’s my interpretation of a Grand Dame.

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Alfie Bowen

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Alfie Bowen, recognized as one of

FRAMES Artist-in-Residence: Peter Freed

Peter Freed is the eighth FRAMES Artist-in-Residence and today we are releasing the first installment of his series, where he

On the Missing Other – Review of “Dining Alone: In the Company of Solitude” by Nancy A. Scherl

The whole idea of communion, of breaking bread together, is deeply rooted in human psychology and history. It doesn’t matter

“Mathon, Switzerland” by Stephen Smith

Vacationing in the Val Schons region of Switzerland this past February, I had been photographing in two remote villages, Mathon

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Björn Nilsson

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Björn Nilsson, photographer from Stockholm, Sweden.

“Symbolism” by Rita Anna Long

My father was from the Ukraine, Ukraine has made the red poppy a symbol of the victory over Nazi Germany,

THE FEMALE GAZE: Michelle Robinson: Photomedia Alchemist, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Michelle Robinson is an award-winning animator and lens-based artist who received her Bachelor of Environmental Design in 1991 from Texas

“Breakdown #1” from the “Affected By Society” project, by Kay Gibbons-Buckwell

I took this photo when I was fifteen, 1983, as part of my final-year art folio in high school. The

In Transit – Review of “Station to Station: Exploring the New York Subway” by Ed Hotchkiss

I do not live in New York City, although I visit often. And when I visit, it appears inevitable that

LOOK CLOSER: “Into the Flood: Peter Caton and South Sudan” – by Rob Wilson

As someone who works in a camera shop, I often get to meet a range of interesting people. This is

FRAMES Digital Companion – September 2022

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

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Liron Gertsman

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Liron Gertsman, 21 year old award-winning