Video and photographs of two antique tintype portraits, including one held in an incredible, ornate, and rare thermoplastic case
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we discuss Andy Warhol's practice of using the photographs of other photographers without permission, and the legal trouble it caused him and his estate
From the Fine Art Photography Podcast: Man Ray's one-of-a-kind print of 'Le Violon d'Ingres' goes up for auction. Will it break records?
Faces from the Past: Looking at Four 1840s Daguerreotype Portraits. For your examination, four high-resolution images of 170+-year-old photographs
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, the wealth of information to be found on auction websites
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast: all about the historic tintype process
Krupp & Dolmage photo studio antique cabinet card circa 1890s with a little bit of history.
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson discusses an antique cabinet card portrait by influential Tennessee photographer W.S. "Dad" Lively, who founded the innovative Southern School of Photography in 1904.
Looking at a series of vintage 1950s color slides in glass mounts.