FRAMES Podcast with Steve McCurry

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Steve McCurry, American photographer, freelancer, and photojournalist. His photo Afghan Girl, of a girl with piercing green eyes, has appeared on the cover of National Geographic several times. McCurry has photographed many assignments for National Geographic and has been a member of Magnum Photos since 1986.

FRAMES Podcast with Steve McCurry



Composition With the Rule of Thirds

by Marc Schenker

The rule of thirds is the tried, tested and true method for making your photographs as visually appealing as they can possibly be. Of course, pictures that visually stand out are going to attract more attention and raise your profile as a photographer. When you think, in compositional terms, about the rule of thirds, you can’t go wrong. Here’s how to make it work for your photos.

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How to shoot film on a budget

A nice article, but I think I’ll pass. I don’t have the time and a room available to develop my own film. If you include all the equipment and chemicals to buy, set aside considerable time to do the work, I think I’ll just send the film in and get the scanned images and negatives back in my inbox. Nevertheless, an interesting article to share.

How to shoot film on a budget

Using Wide Angle Lenses In Food Photography


Food photography is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Even restaurant owners have been hiring the service of food photographers, mainly for marketing and social media purposes. As such, it is no wonder that a lot of photographers are now trying to shift their focus to food photography.




Posting to WordPress via e-Mail

Have you ever wanted to publish a new WordPress post without having to logon into WordPress and writing the post? This is very helpful if you are ‘in the field’ and need want to post your subscribers immediately. This, however, needs some configuration to post within a specific time frame.

If you are running a business, such a restaurant, food truck or any other business where you have ‘daily’ posts, you can install plugins, such as “PublishPress Future” that will expire and disable or delete past posts.

Example: You have daily specials you want your customers to know about, but do not want to keep the special from the previous day(s). Out in the ‘field’, you just want to post the latest News via email from your mobile phone to your WP site and also have another plugin that inactivates posts that have expired. As simple as that.

For now, enjoy this tutorial: