This short video shows an 11 x 14-inch print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta photo paper, from a file shot with an old 8-MP Olympus 4/3 camera.
Video and photographs illustrate the effects of silver mirroring damage on the surface of an antique photograph.
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson looks in detail at a beautiful antique tintype portrait of an unidentified man circa 1870.
In this video, fine art photographer Keith Dotson flips through a batch of new black and white prints made for a recent client project.
In this article, fine art photographer Keith Dotson takes a deep dive into the history, characteristics, appearance, and process of albumen prints.
Full text of "The Albumen Process" from The Liverpool and Manchester Photographic Journal, published 1857
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson researches the question, are antique Daguerreotypes easily wiped off the plate?
In the 7th episode of his new fine art photography podcast, Keith Dotson discusses things that can help or hinder how long your photo prints might last.
My new video demonstrates the beauty of a real silver gelatin fiber-based print with baryta …