I’m a paper freak. I love prints; I think they are vision made manifest. I love handling gorgeous fine art papers of all kinds. Consequently, it was a huge honor to be chosen by Fujifilm Global for their glorious Fine Art Calendar. Genre: Intimate Landscapes, from my personal collection. Printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Pearl Paper. SWOON!
“Fujifilm Presents: A fresh perspective on winter with
X-Photographer Karen Hutton and her weather-resistant X-T2 combinations.
Whether on the west coast, east coast, or anywhere in between, the X-T2
has you covered for rough terrain and challenging environments.
“X-Photographer Karen Hutton has been waiting for the GFX system for 35 years. Learn more about Karen’s history and why the GFX 50S is ideal for her stunning landscape work in this video. All video was captured with X-T2 4K.
“Capture the world through a different perspective with the
XF80mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR Macro Lens. Discover how Karen Hutton uses the
XF80mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR Macro to capture Lake Tahoe in an entirely new
way. The XF80mm is the first 1.0x magnification macro lens in the X
Series lineup, and produces stunning, sharp results. All footage
captured with the FUJIFILM X-T2.”
“Fujifilm presents: USA X-Photographer Karen Hutton. Hear the
inspiring story of how Karen persistently followed her passion for
photography, despite being forced to give it up at a young age. Discover
how Karen’s outdoor style relies heavily on the mirrorless medium
format GFX 50S and its ability to shoot in all weather conditions and
terrain. All video was captured with the FUJIFILM X-T2.
From Fujifilm Global: “American X-Photographer Karen Hutton shoots with the GF250mmF4 R LM OIS WR for her nature photography.” The project: take Fujifilm’s longest telephoto to date for the GFX 50S into some rugged natural landscapes and see what I could create.
For me, Macro Photography is filmic; the ultimate character study. It’s a way seeing, thinking, being. Macro Photography also offers a beautiful way of creating art, telling a story and seeing the grand design in everyday life. I discuss all this and more with Frederick on this episode of TWiP!
From the site:“Karen and I discuss her creative approach and drive, and the force behind her relentless creativity. We also discuss her decision to switch from Mac to Windows (but she still loves her iPad). And her path to finding her “perfect camera”… spoiler, it’s from Fujifilm!”
I chat with the amazing Steve Brazill about how I made this image “Forest of Enlightenment”. Plus, we explore creativity, finding your artistic voice and take bunch of other fun detours! Video: 52 min.
I’ve got a short-format show called “THE WOO with Karen Hutton”, wherein I muse upon Inspiration, Photography and Life. New show every Wednesday! I hope you have a listen – and if you enjoy it – SUBSCRIBE!
From the publication: “The colours of the world come alive in Hutton’s photographs, which are filled with the vibrant, rich and lush tones of nature. Meanwhile, her monochromatic images speak to the imagination of the viewer, through its poetic interpretation of reality.”