FRAMES Digital Companion – January 2022

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“Mom and Dad in the Driftless” by Pete Olsen

My folks were both out in the garden and yard, doing some spring time maintenance. Mom getting her garden ready

FRAMES Podcast with Jerzy Durczak

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jerzy Durczak, photographer from Poland, whose

THE FEMALE GAZE: Wendi Schneider – Holding a Lens Filled with Misty Memories, by Diana Nicholette Jeon

Wendi Schneider is a visual artist who lives and works in Denver, Colorado. She earned a BA in Painting from

“Self-Portrait” by Vincent Moro

This is a self-portrait. It has been captured through a glass door, on Christmas 2021. That room, at my parents’

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: 365 Project, by Alon Goldsmith

From January 1st to December 31st of 2021, I immersed myself in a 365 project. The goal was simple. Make

The Details in an Artist’s Eye – Review of “Helsinki Designerin Silmin” by Tua Rahikainen

On the left side of my desk this morning, a cold and windy winter morning on the northern prairie of

FRAMES Podcast with Jose Andres Basbus

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jose Andres Basbus, passionate landscape and

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A Case for Abstraction in Representational Photography – by Frank Styburski

If you think you know what you are looking at, you are probably mistaken. We have no idea how many

“Photographing the Twentieth Century City: Eugène Atget and Berenice Abbott”, by Rick Halpern

Now widely regarded as one of the pioneers of documentary photography, the Frenchman Eugène Atgetlanguished in obscurity for most of

LOOK CLOSER: Frank Gunn and Sport in Motion – by Rob Wilson

Frank Gunn admits that he does not have any of his own pictures on his wall. He prefers to display

The Failed Good Idea – Review of “Zone Eleven” by Mike Mandel

There is little doubt that many of us have a fascination with outtakes, or the B roll, or the material

“Just the Two of Us” by Kyoyoung Koo

I took this photo in September, 2021 at Sosewon which is located in Damyang, Korea. Sosewon is a beautiful and

FRAMES Podcast with Ceallaigh Anderson Smart

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Ceallaigh Anderson Smart, founder of Print

“Kelley Dallas: Photography as an Act of Healing”, by Gina Williams

“The sand dunes made a big impression on me. I always look to nature for answers, and I found them

“Femme Fatale” by Shelley Harvey

This image was taken at the end of a long day shooting an array of different scenarios with this model.