Invitation to join FRAMES Magazine and Photo Community

October 01, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

As we head into October and countries around the world continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, I hope your art and photography are helping you navigate through this unprecedented time. Perhaps you are working on creative photography projects from the safety of your home or out in nature, taking virtual classes to learn photography techniques, or sorting through previous captures and post-processing them with innovative methods to create new images. 

To continue honing your craft of photography and to be inspired by other photographers' work, I would like to personally invite you to join the FRAMES Magazine and Photo Community.

 

It is undeniable that we live in a digital age. For a fact, photography has been one of those genres that have undergone quite a dramatic transformation in the last few decades. The overwhelming majority of photographs are captured with digital cameras. Additionally, we use our computers and mobile phones to consume photographs most of the time.

But…how about paper?   When was the last time you held a photography book or a photo print in your hands?

Enter FRAMES.

 

Photographer Tomasz Trzebiatowski, based in Switzerland, is launching a quarterly printed photography magazine. Yes, printed. On paper. And it is looking wonderful.

 

     

 

What is pretty unique about this new publication is the fact that FRAMES Magazine embraces all possible photography genres and formats. Each quarterly edition of FRAMES will feature the work of photographers using digital and analogue cameras, mobile phones, even pinhole cameras.

 


“Excellent photography belongs on paper” - that’s Tomasz’ motto. The common denominator connecting all the images being printed in FRAMES is simply their visual quality and inspiring, thought-provoking character.

The magazine itself is looking gorgeous. In essence, it is a top-notch, quarterly photography book, printed on 140gsm uncoated Edixion Challenger offset paper manufactured using 100% ECF pulp. Each edition consists of 108 pages (!).

 

  
FRAMES is off to a good start. In the first edition you can see the work of such acclaimed artists as Michael Kenna and Phil Penman as well as some great photography by less known, emerging photographers such as Robert Atwater, Olga Karlovac, Yalim Vural, and Curtis Salonick. What’s more, the first issue also includes two in-depth exclusive interviews with Magda Keaney (Senior Curator, Photographs, National Portrait Gallery in London) and Richard Tsong-Taatarii (photojournalist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune).

 

     
   

 


But that is certainly not all. When you become a FRAMES subscriber, you automatically get access to the entire suite of their digital offerings: FRAMES Digital companions, online Photography Masterclasses and the insider FRAMES Photo Community.

 

    
     

 


FRAMES is set to become an impressive blend of printed and digital photography assets. Tomasz’s idea is to create a passionate international photography community with the magazine and its additional digital components as its hub.

You can become a member of FRAMES today for a monthly fee of $14 USD, benefiting from the early bird fee (regular pricing will be $17 USD per month). Your membership will secure you annual access to 4 printed editions of FRAMES Magazine, 8 editions of FRAMES Digital Companions, 4 Photography Masterclasses and the private community and forums. 

This package is of great value!

Without a doubt, FRAMES Magazine has every chance to become a collector’s gem. It is looking pretty exciting and impressive.

If you would like to start your FRAMES Magazine collection from its very first issue, please ensure you become a FRAMES member by October 15th 2020. Volume 1 will be shipped on October 30th. The magazine is printed in the UK and can be shipped to any international location, shipping fees are included in the subscription.

 

To learn more, check out the FRAMES website and subscribe today. If you have any questions about this magazine or community, please contact me at [email protected].

 

Happy photographing, see you in the FRAMES Photo Community and stay well!

 


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