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.
Video and high-resolution images from the photography book that taught Edward S. Curtis to be a photographer
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast, the life and work of photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), who was nicknamed 'the shadow catcher' by Native Americans.
A running list of historic photography magazines with their masthead designs and links to scanned online sources where they can be read.
A humorous story from the January, 1891 issue of Wilson's Photographic Magazine about two lovers caught up in the new photo craze, who part ways because they chose different brands of cameras.
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson takes us on a video visit to Cave-In-Rock Illinois, with a history of its outlaw past, and a walk inside the cave.
Historic ad for Horne & Thornthwaite's Photographic Establishment in London circa 1857.
Full text of "The Albumen Process" from The Liverpool and Manchester Photographic Journal, published 1857
Fine art photographer researched an old sign he shot in Lynchburg, Virginia. Who were Bell, Barker, and Jennings?