“What’s Lurking in the Trees” by Anne Oehlen

I do love photographing the coast with its expansive views and magnificent skies. That is not where I live, though,

FRAMES Digital Companion – December 2023

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

The Private Printings – Review of “FRAMES Photography Circle Exhibition Catalog” and “In Living Color: A Kodachrome Project – Experiments in Color Digital Post Processing” by Reed Pike

Exhibition catalogs hold a curious place in the world of photography books. At one level, they are souvenirs. They serve

Different Bat Time – Different Bat Place – Review of “Daily Bat” by Sebastian Magnani

If you are of a certain age, there is likely a phrase hiding in the back of your head. Same

“Past Peak, Eastern Sierra” by Franka Gabler

For many years, I’ve been drawing my inspiration from subtle, moody, often intimate landscapes. Such compositions allow me to express

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Cynthia Gladis

On today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Cynthia Gladis, a New Jersey, US-based photographer whose work is informed by a long career

“Rina Maria Rosade, Last Picture Taken” by Olaf Raymond Benold

People disappear. Death is the natural reason, but they also disappear from memory if they haven’t accomplished something in their

A Moment to Wonder – Review of “Twilight” by Arthur Drooker

There is a wonderful, sometimes complimentary, sometimes contradictory, relationship between representation and implication. Photography has always had a strong leaning

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Dan Ginn

On today’s episode, W. Scott Olsen talks to Dan Ginn, a travel and street photographer from the United Kingdom. You can listen to

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: “Jean-Michel Lenoir”, by David Mark

Dawn rises over misty mountaintops, and peaks surge through cloudbanks. Trees materialize like sentinels, sketched with delicate, minimalist brushstrokes. Rocks

“Matt” by Mick Jones

Mattew is an Australian Army veteran who participated in a personal project of mine entitled ‘Reluctant Heroes’. I’ve been working

“Autumn Dawn – Eastern Sierra Nevada (2023)” by David Hoffman

This image was shot at dawn on October 21, 2023. I’m quite familiar with the locale and had scouted this

A Defining Diary – Review of “New York Street Diaries” by Phil Penman

Every now and then, a book comes along that provides a kind of new cornerstone, a kind of definition for

FRAMES Digital Companion – November 2023

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

THE FEMALE GAZE: #GirlGaze: On the Unique Vision of Female Photographers Picturing Grief, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Author’s Note: I’m doing something different from my typical interview feature today. I’ve been feeling extremely emotional due to all