In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we ponder this question: How important is a story to the making of a fine art photograph?
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson tells the story of Charles Seybold and the abandoned building he used for his house painting business in the 1890s in Wheeling, West Virginia.
Photographer Keith Dotson talks about the simple photograph that launched his career and changed his life.
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.
In this video, fine art photographer Keith Dotson takes us along on a second visit to a mysterious old car that was crashed into a tree on a hillside in the forest decades ago.
Fine art photographer researched an old sign he shot in Lynchburg, Virginia. Who were Bell, Barker, and Jennings?
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson gives a behind-the-scenes look at how he shot these backlit dead flower blossoms.
A brief biography of photographer Benjamin Lochner, who operated a portrait studio in Allentown, PA in the 1800s. His photographs can be found across the Internet, and in antique stores.
Howard Vance Collum painted the landmark wall ad for Niolon's Coffee in Meridian, Mississippi. It's now a barely-legible ghost sign.