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We Rock on with Rolling Stone Magazine’s First Photographer, Baron Wolman

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The Fine Art Photography Podcast, Episode 2

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.

News updates:

  • British Photographer Michael Putland has died at age 72
  • Report: Elite Artists and Galleries Will Continue to Thrive, While Everyone Else Should Become Instagram Influencers
  • Russell Lee Rare Private Kodachromes on Show at the Redwood Library & Athenaeum
  • Jessica Lange Exhibition of Black and White Photographs at Howard Greenberg in NYC

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British music photographer Michael Putland has died at age

Report: Elite Artists and Galleries Will Continue to Thrive, While Everyone Else Should Become Instagram Influencers “Artists face financial squeeze as ‘perfect storm’ of market trends favours the elite”

The unique way rock and roll photographer Baron Wolman tells his own story

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Keith Dotson is a professional fine art photographer who specializes in black and white landscapes, cityscapes, and abstractions from nature.

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