The Person you Know and Don’t – Review of “Ralph Ellison: Photographer”

There are two types of people who will pick up this book. There will be those who see the name

THE TALKING EYE: Adria Ellis – Documenting Street Culture in Havana, Cuba – Interview by Bob Weil

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

“The Lone Tree” by Avi Das

I was driving on Highway 95 in Nevada on an autumn day, going towards the little town of Beatty, from

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Eduardo Ortiz

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to Eduardo Ortiz, street photographer, workshop teacher,

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: “Meaning in Photography”, by Sean Patrick Hill

About three years after my father died of cancer, I took his camera down from the closet, the Pentax K1000

FRAMES Digital Companion – July 2023

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

Honesty and Respect – Review of “Twenty-Five Homeless People” by George Phillips

In photography, nothing is off limits. Except, well, some things are. It’s all a matter of vulnerability, exploitation, agency and

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Caroline Fink

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to Caroline Fink, photographer, author, filmmaker, director

“Untitled” by Mike Thompson

I often think I would have been very happy had I been a storm chaser. A storm gives the landscape

THE FEMALE GAZE: “Barbara Dombach: Farming Life for Stories”, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

“This land pulses with life. It breathes in me; it breathes around me; it breathes in spite of me. When

FRAMES Photography App is Here!

We are extremely proud and happy to announce that after almost one year of hard work of our designer/developer-team, the

“The Red Dog” by Michel Gauthier

This photo was taken at the house of my brother who had a car accident that left him disabled. The

Stories We Tell – Review of “Mindful Matters: Essays on Photography” by E.E. McCollum

Photography is a great deal more than camera and lens, light and form and contrast. It’s a great deal more

THE ANALOG REVOLUTION: “A Matter of Style”, by Stephen Smith

“Plastic waste created this collection. The fabric mainly comes from recycled abandoned fishing nets floating in our oceans harming global

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Dan Sackheim

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to Dan Sackheim, photographer, Emmy Award-winning, Film