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Official press release: Keith Dotson publishes book about abandoned places

Official press release: Keith Dotson publishes book about abandoned places Official press release: Fine art photographer Keith Dotson has published a book featuring photographs and vignettes about abandoned houses, schools, churches, barns, storefronts, and entire abandoned towns. Titled Unloved and Forgotten: Fine Art Photographs of Abandoned Places, the 48-page softcover book is for sale on Amazon.

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Fine art photographer Keith Dotson publishes photo book about abandoned places

Fine art photographer Keith Dotson publishes photo book about abandoned places Now available on Amazon: Nashville-based fine art photographer has published his first photo book, "Unloved and Forgotten: Fine Art Photographs of Abandoned Places." The book represents over ten years of traveling the country to take black and white photos of abandoned places and features a selection of the most intriguing and beautiful locations he discovered along the way.

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Exploring a railroad yard full of rusty old train cars [Video]

Exploring a railroad yard full of rusty old train cars [Video]

Walk with fine art photographer Keith Dotson through a rail yard of rusty antique trains on a hot summer day [high definition video].

Keith's behind-the-scenes videos give the audience a more rich appreciation of the location behind his final black and white photographs. They allow viewers to understand the atmosphere, the sounds, and the experience of being on site.

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From the Blog: "What goes into a fine art photograph?"

In this blog post, Keith explains what all goes into the creation of a fine art photograph, from the backstory of how the image was captured, to the details of the archival German paper and pigment inks used to make the physical print.

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Fine art photographer Keith Dotson tells the full story behind what makes up one of his photographs, from moment of capture through making print.