Podcast episode: Fine art photographer Keith Dotson takes us along on a hike to photograph a waterfall using field recordings of audio from the site.
Joel Cohen's new Macbeth movie was filmed in black and white. Did he choose film stock or digital processes for the movie? I'll answer the question in this episode.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we discuss a string of recent news headlines about cameras being stolen in brazen daylight robberies, and we cover a few tips for keeping yourself and your gear safe.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast, what big art galleries learned from selling art online during the pandemic, (and is there anything new the rest of us can use?)
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.
In this episode of the fine art photography podcast, Keith Dotson discusses recent virtual photography events he has enjoyed and reminds us to take advantage of virtual shows and experiences
In this episode, we discuss the auction results from the amazing David H. Arrington collection of Ansel Adams photographs, which just closed for $6.4 million USD. Adams' famous "The Grand Tetons and the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming" came out on top, selling for $988,000, an auction high for the photographer.
Ep. 32 of the Fine Art Photography Podcast: We examine the ethics of photographing strangers on the street without their consent
Vita brevis, ars longa: In episode 30 of the Fine Art Photography podcast, we explore ideas of photography as a way of immortalizing the subject and the photographer
In this episode of the fine art photography podcast, we discuss the photography work of Anton Corbijn, Stanley Kubrick, Gordon Parks, Agnes Varda, and Wim Wenders