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Category Archives: End Frame

End frame: Incoming by Andy Bell

How can I sum up the Andy’s sea work? There is wilderness. Isolation. Power. And above energy, all to reflect the sea being at the edge of change. more

Philippe Halsman Self

End frame: The sum of its parts ‘Dalí Atomicus’ by Philippe Halsman

As someone who initially began their introduction to the world of art via the traditional mediums of oil and charcoal I’ve always been drawn to work that connects the historical and traditional to the relatively modern advances of image capture and editing. more

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End frame: ‘Point 660 2’ by Olaf Otto Becker

One of the things that really struck me about this image was the almost theatrical juxtaposition of the figures somewhat inappropriately dressed, standing on the Glacier, almost oblivious to the environmental crisis it is facing. more

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End frame: Blue Lake Creek by Peter Dombrovskis

There are very few pictures of Peter in the field working with his camera, but Colin made two photographs that day – one of Peter working and one of me and Peter with our cameras. more

Blade Of Light Rafael Rojas

End frame: Blade of light by Rafael Rojas

The photographer who created this image, Rafael Rojas, is a master at seeing, and takes great pleasure in teaching people how to see and to master the use of photography as a creative tool of personal expression. more


End frame: “Wiltshire, October” by Barry Thornton

I thought that all these great photographers are well known, and that it might be interesting to choose someone who is not a public figure. Looking through my photographic books, I decided to choose Barry Thornton. more

Thomas Joshua Cooper The Snake River. Cauldron Linn, No. 2

End frame: The Snake River. Cauldron Linn, No. 2 Jerome County, 2003 – 2004, Thomas Joshua Cooper

In the summer of 2003, Thomas Joshua Cooper travelled to Shoshone Falls in southern Idaho to photograph where the Snake River had tumbled across a 212 foot precipice more

Shell Pocket Twilight Copy

End Frame: Shell Pocket Twilight by Joe Cornish

While looking through First Light, it also dawned on me that many of the images in the book, especially Shell Pocket Twilight, are much more than just a photograph. more

Marianthi Lainas Tidal Pool #5

End frame: Tidal Pool #5 by Marianthi Lainas

When I saw this photograph by Marianthi, my first thought was that I was not sure if I was looking at the sea, but I definitely felt it. more

Bartocha Svalbard End Frame

End frame: Advendalen by Sandra Bartocha

The ethereal lighting illuminating the mountainside is what immediately draws the viewer into the landscape. This low sunlight radiates a warmth that perfectly complements the cold blues of the arctic tundra. more

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End frame: Quietly – Marin County Hills, CA (Infrared) by Nathan Wirth

Titled “Quietly - Marin County Hills, CA (Infrared)”, this image is a striking example of how black and white photography is more, not less. more

3029 Abisko Birches Sunset

End frame: Arctic Birches at Sunset, Lake Tornetrask by Lizzie Shepherd

What first drew me to Lizzie Shepherd’s Arctic birches at sunset, Lake Tornetrask, were its lovely muted colours. Winter in northern regions is sufficiently devoid of strong colour that we’re tempted to revert to monochrome. more

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End frame: PIA19952: The Rich Color Variations of Pluto’ by New Horizons

Picking a photo for Endframe was exquisite torture. There isn’t a photographer I revere above all others. (There are too many to choose from!) Or even one particular favourite ‘go-to’ photo. (Ditto!) And don’t get me started on locations; I could happily wile away an afternoon looking at great landscape images from anywhere on the planet. Thinking about it, I could happily wile away an afternoon looking at great photos on any subject, not just landscapes. Can you see how more

Laurent Kronental Souvenir D'un Futur

End frame: Laurent Kronental « Souvenir d’un Futur »

At a time when questions of representation and representativeness are often raised in documentary photography, it's interesting to note how a singular approach manages to stand out and offer a more subjective view of a subject. more

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End frame: 2.56pm, 1st January 2018 by Chris Harrison

The photograph (a single image) is the view through a very damp and smeary window on the top of a double decker bus. I think anyone who has spent time on a fuggy bus journey on a wet winter day can relate to the condensation dripping down the windows and the blurry view of slow traffic and wet people scurrying around below. more

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