This week is a new Case Study episode. Alison Tinson submitted the case via email a few weeks ago about preparing her files to send them to the printer. I asked our good friends at WHCC to help us solve some of the mysteries of printing. Jed Taufer volunteered to take part in the conversation and answer our questions from sRGB color space to color calibration, from print size to paper selection... Take a listen and I think you will be less intimidated next time you send your files to the printer.Read More
This week on Hit The Streets my good friend Karen Hutton is back and together we answer listener questions about rituals to get in the zone, why our obsession with photography, socks and more!
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Karen Hutton is a professional light bender and storyteller. That’s shorthand for her style of fine art landscape photography, and the fact that she’s also a voiceover artist, online show host, writer, speaker and teacher. She has over 2 million followers on social media; with over 9 billion views of her photographic work. Karen, her photography and voice has been featured at Google and on Stuck in Customs, TWiP, Macphun Software, Forbes.com, The Grid with Scott Kelby, Rick Sammon’s DPE Podcast. She lives in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California. You can find her at Karenhutton.com.
Karen and Valerie answer the following questions sent by listeners:
Moshe Friedline: "Do you have any rituals that help you get in the zone when you start a street session? ...And more importantly, what are your favorite kind of socks for a long day on the streets?"
Mike Branch: "Hi Valerie: I know photography is a major passion in your life , but what do you think it is about photography that makes it such a magnificent obsession?"
Dave Therrien for 'Boston at noon'