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LOOK CLOSER: “The Genius of Whitby – Frank Meadow Sutcliffe” – by Rob Wilson

Since arriving in Canada in 2019, I have lived in Scarborough, a district of Toronto. It is a place for

The Ideas that Guide Us – Review of “Through The Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter” by Lauren Walsh

When we talk about photography, we often get trapped into talking about the images. The composition, the use of light,

“Remnants of a Voyage #4” by Catherine Marcogliese

“The iron remains on the beach are from a British trawler, the Epine GY 7, which was wrecked east of

FRAMES Photography Podcast with Greg Williams

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Greg Williams, one of the most

Kinetic Joy – Review of “Where The Ocean Drinks the Sky” by Stephanie Duprie Routh

There is always a bit of magic to the opening of a new photo book. Whatever expectations we may have,

FRAMES Podcast with Margaret Soraya

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Scottish landscape photographer Margaret Soraya, You

“Quotidian Bodies 00112” by Tobias Slater-Hunt

As an artist/photographer, my work is mainly about exploring representations of the body. I am trying to make this approach

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A Child’s View: The Art of Discovery, by Gina Williams

My granddaughter, barefoot, leggings pulled up to her knees, walks along the river beach. An osprey flies overhead with something

“Eivissa 2022” by Quim Farrero

I’ve always loved crosses as a graphic sign, and I always try to take advantage of the visual strength and

FRAMES Digital Companion – April 2022

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

“Cao Dai Great Temple” by Mark Indig

The image was taken during a 2013 photo trip to Vietnam and Cambodia. The Temple is the birthplace of Caodaism,

The Beauty of Presentation – Review of “Outside II” by David Magee

I do not own a pair of white linen gloves. Although, sometimes, I wish I did. We all know that

THE TALKING EYE: Lynette Jackson, Mobile “ArtChitecture” Artist – Interview by Bob Weil

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

THE FEMALE GAZE: Tokie Rome-Taylor: Countering False Narratives, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Tokie Rome-Taylor is a 20+ year veteran educator and working artist who lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. She was

FRAMES Podcast with Ave Pildas

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Ave Pildas, American photographer and designer.

“Untitled” by Philip Flowers

I was a wedding photographer by trade. But now retired, I was drawn to trying my hand in the world