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THE OFFICIAL BLOG OF FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHER KEITH DOTSON

Recent prints from the Low Country

Recent prints from the Low Country

I like to take any opportunity to portray what my physical prints look like, because that’s the ultimate purpose of my work — to make prints for display by collectors. Here are a few images of recent prints of Savannah’s Avenue of the Oaks, and an old abandoned marsh house in Charleston. I love the Low Country, so it seems appropriate that these prints are going to someone who lives on an island near Charleston.

These are printed on 100% cotton matte fine art paper, which gives no reflection, but they are shown in protective (non-reactive) plastic sleeves, which alters the way the contrast and shine looks here. Wilhelm Imaging Research has rated this type of print as being archivally stable for up to 400 years.

Avenue of the Oaks Savannah, a black and white photograph by Keith Dotson
Avenue of the Oaks Savannah, a black and white photograph by Keith Dotson. Click to buy a fine art print.
I found this abandoned old house at the end of a collapsing pier near Charleston, South Carolina. Printed on 100% cotton fine art paper. Wilhelm Imaging Research has rated this type of black and white print to be archival up to 400 years. Click to buy a print.
I found this abandoned old house at the end of a collapsing pier near Charleston, South Carolina. Printed on 100% cotton fine art paper. Wilhelm Imaging Research has rated this type of black and white print to be archival up to 400 years. Click to buy a print.
Detail photo showing my signature in pencil on the beautiful cotton paper
Detail photo showing my signature in pencil on the beautiful cotton paper. The protective plastic sleeve holding the print is causing the appearance of a reflection, and effecting the contrast in the actual print as well.

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~ Keith

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