Six silver gelatin photographs of Charleston, framed and ready for installation in a client's private residence
We recently collaborated with upscale interior design and architecture firm McAlpine House to prepare a total of eight black and white, silver gelatin, fiber-based prints for the Charleston home of a high-profile client—owner of a professional sports team.
We thought it might be fun to post photographs of some of the final framed prints, ready for installation in the client's residence. The double-thick, 8-ply mat really makes them extra special. It's incredible what professional framing adds to the finish of a fine photograph.
The Rutledge House in Charleston, built late 1700s. Photograph by Keith Dotson, framing by Blue Door Framing in Nashville. Buy this photograph here.
Framed black and white photograph, 'The Ladies of Meeting Street,' by Keith Dotson, framed by Blue Door Framing in Nashville. Buy a print of this photo here.
Framed photograph of an iconic Charleston, South Carolina palm tree by Keith Dotson. Buy this photograph for your home or office.
Corbel on an old house in Charleston, black and white photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a fine art print of this photo.
Front of the old Farmer's Exchange Bank in Charleston, by Keith Dotson. Buy a print.
Iron work on the front of the Old Farmer's Exchange Bank Building, black and white photograph by Keith Dotson. Buy a print of this photograph here.