photography Archive

What’s in a Lenticular Picture?

In Shakespeare's time and in the 20th century, lenticulars were manufactured as amusing distractions. Today, the technique is finding a home in fine art — including this month at The Art League. Read more →

Capturing Monday’s Solar Eclipse: Tips & Ideas

Your unaided phone probably won't take a satisfying photograph, so it's time to get creative. Read more →

Photographer Bob Friedman’s “Simplicity”

"The arrangement of graphic elements is often more interesting then the reality of the scene. And, the abstracts just simply look good." Read more →

Photographer Wil Scott on “Red Nude”

Red Nude represents the start of a new focus on people for Wil Scott, a photographer and art historian. Read more →

Photographer Gloria Spellman: What the House Was Saying

“I was not sure of what the house was saying. Since I was unable to pinpoint what I wanted to convey, finding the right composition was challenging.” Read more →

Memory and Grief in Soomin Ham’s “Sound of Butterfly”

When you're in a reflective mood, an art exhibit can be the perfect place to find some peace and quiet. Read more →