Podcast about the life and work of photographer Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952), who was nicknamed the shadow catcher by Native Americans.
As it turns out, camera fanboys go way back in history. In this episode of the fine art photography podcast, I'll read a bit of humor about love and photography from the 1891 issue of Wilson's Photographic Magazine, a New York based photography...
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we discuss the work of photographer W. Eugene Smith, whose Minamata disaster photos are receiving new attention thanks to a new Movie starring Johnny Depp
Rock-and-Roll photographer Baron Wolman has passed away at age 83. Wolman was the first staff photographer at Rolling Stone magazine, and he made some of the world's most iconic music photographs. In this episode, I bring back a recut episode about...
In Episode 31 of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we get a valuable lesson in keeping photograph simple from the great portrait photographer Platon
In this episode of the The Fine Art Photography Podcast we discuss the idea of photography as a form immortality for the subject as well as the photographer
In this episode my new fine art photography podcast, we rock on with Rolling Stone magazine's first photographer, Baron Wolman, who documented the most significant rock and roll musicians of the late 60s.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, Keith Dotson decides to research an old portrait from antique shop and gets a surprise.