Fine art photographer Keith Dotson gives a behind-the-scenes look at how he shot these backlit dead flower blossoms.
Podcast episode dedicated to the story of Julia Margaret Cameron's 1866 photograph "The Mountain Nymph, Sweet Liberty."
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson describes the experience of seeing the world's oldest photograph in person.
Hike with fine art photographer Keith Dotson to visit a beautiful cave nestled deep in the forest
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson discusses the psychological phenomenon of Pareidolia, or the tendency to recognize faces in random textures, patterns, or noise
In this short video I'll discuss the pros and cons of using the Canon 70-200mm f.4 lens plus the Canon 2X Extender II on a Sony camera via the Sigma MC-11 adapter.
Walk with fine art photographer Keith Dotson as he explores and shoots the crumbling architecture along the incredible, abandoned old Main Street in Pamplin City, Virginia. Includes history of the town and facts about some of the abandoned buildings, including the Williams Grocery Store, which was owned by "Woody" Williams, a major league baseball player.
Watch as a UK-based art instructor discusses several photographs by Keith Dotson as part of an assignment for her class.
In this video I'll be making my first test print on the new formulation of Canson Infinity Baryta Photographique II. For comparison, I've also printed the same photograph on several other popular paper surfaces including the original Baryta Photographique, which has been discontinued. Includes close-up looks at the new Baryta Photographique II surface texture.
A wonderful quote about finding simplicity in your photo compositions from Platon, seen in a Netflix documentary about the photographer and his work.
In this podcast episode, fine art photographer Keith Dotson offers a brief biography of Anna Atkins, a pioneering female photographer and early master of the cyanotype process.