In this episode, Frank Relle, who shoots swamp scenes late at night, in chest deep water, surrounded by alligators.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast, truths I have learned from making videos of my photography expeditions for YouTube
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we discuss a string recent news headlines with cameras being stolen in brazen daylight robberies, and cover a few tips for keeping yourself and your gear safe.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, photographer Keith Dotson talks about the simple photograph that launched his career and changed his life.
In this episode of The Fine Art Photography podcast, we discuss the excitement and mystery of visiting and shooting abandoned places. In this case, we talk about the abandoned community at Hushpuckena, Mississippi, with a description of the scene...
In this episode of The Fine Art Photography podcast, we discuss making huge enlargements with pixel shift multi shot technology vs Adobe's new Super Resolution
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast: Another new report on the art market, this one from Art Basel and UBS, explains how wealthy people buy art now
In this episode of the fine art photography podcast, what major art galleries learned about selling art online during the pandemic (and is there anything new we can use?)
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...