In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast, another field recording. This time, experience with me the joyous sounds of an isolated forest in springtime.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we hear field recordings of nature sounds captured during a photography trip to Moccasin Bend, a site that's been occupied by humans for 12,000 years.
In this video, fine art photographer Keith Dotson flips through a batch of new black and white prints made for a recent client project.
History, photographs, and detailed video of the ruined buildings along a dirt road in Hushpuckena, located in the Mississippi Delta.
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson shares Smartphone photos of a broken robin's egg, and treasures the experience of the glorious blue color.
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson presses his point that photographs of abandoned buildings are a form of architectural preservation, with a rare color photograph of a demolished Houston movie theatre.
Join fine art photographer Keith Dotson as he shoots in various locations with a vintage Polaroid Supercolor AutoFocus 3500, using dreamy black and white SX-70 film from Polaroid Originals. (video)
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast: A new report on the state of the art market explains how wealthy people are buying art now
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson compares five popular Hahnemühle fine art photo papers
Walk with fine art photographer Keith Dotson as we explore this small collection of abandoned buildings that he discovered while road-tripping in the deep south.
Whether you're a photographer making prints or a collector of photography, you need to know about optical brightening agents or OBAs