Fine art photographer Keith Dotson provides a comprehensive list of his photography gear kit and related equipment.
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 post, fine art photographer Keith Dotson uses the vintage camera from his youth, but experiences some mechanical failures. See the images he captured on Ilford HP5 film.
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.
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.
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson gives a quick close-up look at one of his photo prints made on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta paper
This is just a short video comparing the surfaces of two highly-respected baryta surface inkjet papers. See the paper surfaces up-close and side-by-side. Hahnemühle and Canson both make great papers for fine art and commercial photography applications. Both are legacy European companies that have made artists papers since the 1500s. How do their most popular papers compare?
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson shows the settings he uses to print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 100% cotton fine art paper.
My sweetie gave me this black Yeti mug for Valentine's Day and I love it. It keeps coffee hot. It's a perfect size for soup. And, it's dishwasher safe!