Based on a visit to South Wheeling, West Virginia in 2021, fine art photographer Keith Dotson offers a set of black and white photographs of the abandoned and historic architecture he found there. Dotson pairs the photographs with an extensively researched history of the city and many of the old buildings he shot in Wheeling.
About an 1800s cabinet card portrait of four men made by the studio of O.S. Goff in Bismarck, North Dakota
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, photographer Michael Kenna has donated his entire body of work to France
In this article, we compare black and white photographs printed on two popular baryta photo papers: Moab Juniper Baryta Rag and Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta.
A look at four antique cabinet card portraits by Stone & Needles studio of South Pueblo, Colorado
Photographer Keith Dotson is excited to announce that the Fine Art Photography Podcast is now available on the Podvine podcasting channel.
Episode 82 of the Fine Art Photography Podcast: The Flatiron by Edward Steichen becomes the second most expensive photograph ever sold
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson tells the story of an old country store found along a backroad in the East Tennessee mountains
Big news: Legendary filmmaker Ken Burns chose two of my photographs for his new book
The derelict abandoned Texas Longhorn Motel has been put behind a chain-link fence and demolition has begun. Watch my video visit to the motel made earlier in 2022.
Walking around the historic Stamps Cemetery in East Tennessee, which has gained a reputation as a witches' graveyard