Fine Art Photographer Keith Dotson Announces a New Set of Six Square Images Shot on Medium Format Film
Keith Dotson has released a new set of six square format photographs of classic American cars and antique trucks. The old vehicles were photographed in a junkyard in varying states of rust and decay.
All of the images were shot on shot on medium format Cinestill Double-X BwXX black and white film using a vintage Hasselblad camera. This film has been cut and repackaged from classic Kodak Eastman Double X motion picture film.
This same film has been used to make black and white movies in Hollywood since the late 1950s, and was used in filming of Young Frankenstein, The Lighthouse, Raging Bull, Schindler's List, Kill Bill: Vol. 1, Manhattan, and many others.
Dotson chose the Cinestill film because of its rich tonalities, fine grain, and sharpness.
He shot these images using a vintage Hasselblad 503 C/M camera made in 1977, with an 80mm Hasselblad lens made by Carl Zeiss in 1994.
Behind-the-scenes photograph of Keith Dotson's Hasselblad on location in the junkyard, which is located in the southern United States
Fine Art Black and White Prints of Antique Junked Cars
Each photograph in the set can be purchased individually or in customizable combinations. They are printed on museum-quality fine art paper in sizes up to 30 x 30 inches (or maybe slightly larger).
Junked Buick Super Eight Circa 1951 - Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a fine art print.
Ornament on Back of a Classic Car in a Junkyard - Black and White Photograph. Click to buy a print.
Rusty Junkyard Truck - Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a fine art print.
The Ghost - Pale Antique Truck in a Dark Forest - Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a print here.
Rusty Antique Chevrolet Pickup Truck - Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Click to buy a fine art print.
Junkyard Truck with Dead Vines - Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a print.