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 16: Quick Message to Listeners – The Channel is Growing + I Need Your Story Ideas!


First of all thank you for listening!

Talk to me: What photography topics would you like to hear discussed?

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or here: https://icatchshadows.com/contact/

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 2020-07-12  3m
 
 

episode 15: Photographing an Abandoned Ghost Town in Virginia: The Art and Business of Photo Road Trips


Photographing an Abandoned Ghost Town in Virginia: The Art and Business of Photo Road Trips

In this episode of the fine art photography podcast, I take you along to photograph the abandoned main street of a ghost town in Virginia...


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 2020-07-02  11m
 
 

Anna Atkins: England's Blue Lady of Photography


Anna Atkins: England's Blue Lady of Photography

In this episode, a brief biography of Anna Atkins, the first female photographer and the first person to create a photography-based book. She learned photography from some of its inventors and went on to become a master of the cyanotype print.

New York Public Library copy of "British Algae" by Anna Atkins:
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 2020-06-03  7m
 
 

episode 13: The Aesthetic Appeal of Camera Shutter Sounds


The Aesthetic Appeal of Camera Shutter Sounds

Have you ever given any thought to the sound of the camera shutter?

I don't mean the loudness of the shutter, like during weddings or events . . . I mean the actual quality of the shutter sound. Is it important to you how the shutter sounds? I've realized since I started shooting with Sony cameras that I don't enjoy the sound of Sony shutters...


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 2020-05-14  8m
 
 

episode 12: Note to Self: Don't Perfect the Soul Out of Your Photographs


Note to Self: Don't Perfect the Soul Out of Your Photographs

In episode 12 of the fine art photography podcast, a reminder to myself that a technically perfect photograph is not always the most artistically moving photograph. Sometimes technical perfection creates a static, clinical photograph. My goal as an artist is to create an emotional connection with my viewers, and this is a lesson I have to relearn every few years.

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 2020-04-28  3m
 
 

episode 11: The Extraordinary (but Sad) Life of Carleton Watkins, the First Great Photographer of Yosemite


The Extraordinary (but Sad) Life of Carleton Watkins, the First Great Photographer of Yosemite

In this episode of the fine art photography podcast, we talk about Carleton Watkins, accidental photographer made some the first great photographs of Yosemite. His work let to protections for Yosemite and indirectly helped the establishment of the National Parks System. But even though he experienced huge success, his story didn't have a happy ending...


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 2020-04-24  6m
 
 

episode 10: How I Got My Photographs into Movies and TV Shows Like Grey's Anatomy


How I Got My Photographs into Movies and TV Shows Like Grey's Anatomy

In this episode, I explain how I got my black and white photographs into popular TV shows, like Grey's Anatomy, as well as movies, and TV commercials.

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 2020-04-21  8m
 
 

episode 9: The True Story Behind William Eggleston's Shocking Blood Red Photograph


The True Story Behind William Eggleston's Shocking Blood Red Photograph

The shocking true story behind the red ceiling photograph, "Untitled, Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973" by William Eggleston.

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 2020-03-26  5m
 
 

episode 7: All About Paper, Prints, and Permanence


Paper, Prints, and Permanence

In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast we discuss printing, paper, and how long your prints might last. As part of the discussion, we'll touch on dye-based printing vs. inkjet printing, OBAs, UV exposure, and other things that help or hinder the longevity of your inkjet prints. While this podcast mentions a few brand names, this is not a sponsored podcast.

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 2020-03-22  17m
 
 

episode 6: Why Do Those Crazy Landscape Photographers Get Up So Early?


Why Do Those Crazy Landscape Photographers Get Up So Early?

On the road: In this short edition of my fine art photography podcast, we discuss good reasons to get up early and go out to make photographs.

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 2020-03-19  5m