The Fine Art Photography Podcast

Thoughts, ideas, and commentary on the art of photography by Nashville-based professional fine art photographer Keith Dotson. It's the podcast about fine art photography made by a working fine art photographer. This podcast is written for photographers, photography collectors, photography students, and enthusiasts. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/keith-dotson/support

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 6m. Bisher sind 66 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 hours 34 minutes

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episode 67: Addressing the Elephant in the Room -- A.I.


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast -- A.I. You're probably already using it. But what do you think of it?

Full episode transcripts are available on my photography blog here: icatchshadows.com


Sources and Links

Digital Camera World. "What is an AI camera? How AI is changing photography and photo editing…"

After Shoot...


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   5m
 
 

Want to See Great Photography? Try Kansas City


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we discuss the world class photography collection held in a place you probably wouldn't think of -- the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. We will also discuss the amazing Fitz archive, which includes some of North America's oldest photographs, and was discovered in a wooden shed in New York this year. The Fitz archive was just acquired by the Nelson-Atkins Museum...


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   8m
 
 

episode 65: How Important is the 'Story' to a Fine Art Photograph?


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?

See/Saw: Looking at Photographs by Geoff Dyer, available on Amazon.


Sources and Links:

Dictionary.com. "Story."

Instagram. Kirsty Mitchell. 

Medium. "What is a Story? The best definition of story I’ve ever heard, and how to use it to help your writing...


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 2021-12-18  12m
 
 

episode 64: Happy Holidays! Give Yourself This Important Gift Over the Break


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, a gift every creative person should give to themselves (and no, it's not a new lens).

Sources and Links:

BBC Culture. "How boredom can spark creativity." Clare Thorp. May 22, 2020.

Fast Company, "Science says it’s essential to make time to do nothing. Here’s why making more time for downtime will help you stay sane, creative, and productive over the long term."Jay Dixit. Dec 4, 2021...


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 2021-12-09  5m
 
 

episode 63: Field Recording: Laurel Creek in the Great Smoky Mountains


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, a field recording from a recent landscape photography trip to the banks of Laurel Creek in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in eastern Tennessee.

Check out my photography blog here: icatchhadows.com

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 2021-12-04  5m
 
 

episode 62: On Art and Jealousy


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, I talk about self-doubt and being jealous of other photographers. Specifically in this episode, I talk about the beautiful work of Danish photographer Trine Søndergaard, and Dutch photographer Bastiaan Woudt, who talked about his own feelings of jealousy of other photographers in his documentary, "Capturing Morocco with photographer Bastiaan Woudt."

Check out my photography blog here: icatchhadows...


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 2021-11-24  5m
 
 

episode 61: W.S. Lively and the Southern School of Photography


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we discuss photographer W.S. Lively, who started the second photography school ever in the United States -- and he did it in a small Tennessee town -- and it was successful! But he gained notoriety for making three 60-inch prints from glass-plate negatives - the first time it had ever been done.

Sources and Links

Facebook: W.S.Lively & The Southern School of Photography

https://www.facebook...


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 2021-11-18  11m
 
 

episode 60: Why I Love Photographing Abandoned Places


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast: why I love shooting abandoned places, with a brief discussion of some of my favorite locations to find abandoned buildings, and how I research the histories of abandoned houses and storefronts.

My new eBook: "The Wheeling Portfolio"https://keithdotson.com/pages/books

My photographs of abandoned places: https://keithdotson...


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 2021-11-05  13m
 
 

episode 59: Field Recording: Landscape Photography at a Waterfall Deep in the Appalachian Mountains


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, a field recording: the sounds of hiking to make landscape photographs deep in the primordial forests of Eastern Kentucky.

See my black and white photographs from this day on my Shadows and Light Blog here.

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 2021-10-07  4m
 
 

episode 58: 'The Tragedy of Macbeth,' Joel Coen's New Black and White Movie: Is it Film or Digital?


In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, I'll tell you how the new movie, The Tragedy of MacBeth, was filmed in black and white, with a comparison to another recent black and white film, The Lighthouse.

Check out my photography blog here: icatchhadows.com

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 2021-09-24  3m