Have you seen?

Have you seen Curious Frame? This is my website where I write about photography. There are more than 100 posts on a few different categories and it’s growing.

Tuesday’s post is about Repetition in Art and using it in photography. The posts are in categories of Thoughts on Photography, Street Photography Tips and Abstract Photography.

Minimal Monochrome Photography
Repetitive Lines, Coney Island, January 2019

It is designed to be a resource of material much of which I’ve written and published in the last 3 years and many of the articles have been reprinted from my Shoot New York City Newsletter.

Introducing Curious Frame!

In a world that is overpopulated with images, Curious Frame is where I share my thoughts on photography. After numerous decades of involvement in the world of photography, I have been spending more time thinking and writing about photography. After all, writing is a different activity and it deserves to have a space of its own. I hope that you enjoy it!

Midtown Street Photography
life goes on, New York City, February 2013

My Latest Article in Inspired Eye

The Curious Frame in Inspired Eye

The Latest issue of Inspired Eye is out! And I have an article in it. I highly suggest this photography magazine because it features so many interviews and photos from a number of different photographers with very different styles. It is a labor of love by Don Springer and it’s always an inspiration. I am honored to have my semi-regular articles on photography published in it.

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Inspired Eye Article

The newest issue of Inspired Eye is out and I have an article in it about photographic clichés. It’s a fabulous magazine and it has very few ads in it. Just photos and interviews with many photographers and how they got into photography, what inspires them and much more. It is definitely worth paying for and reading.

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“Clichés are like covers of classic songs. You are still learning your craft. That’s a good thing! The challenge is to do it better next time. Art can be deceptive. It often looks easier than it is. It’s good to go back and review your work in context by the subjects you choose. It’s a good method of assessing your progress.”