Animal lover and copy editor for PETA, Tracy Habenicht recently leapt head long into the world of street photography. She may be new to the genre, but she brings a fresh perspective to the camera and a wonderful discussion to the microphone.
Beginning her interest in December of 2016, Tracy immediately discovered a love of photographing people and her surroundings. Throughout this episode we explore her work with PETA [yes, we briefly discussed the baboon selfie], her path to the camera, artistic inspirations, women in photography and so much more.
Experience makes us better – this is an accepted constant in pretty much any industry. But, its a fresh eye that can usually discover what a veteran eye can often overlook. This is the benefit of talking with new street photographers and why having Tracy on the show was so much fun.
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Tracy Habenicht Instagram Feed
Tracy Habenicht Links:
- Elliott Erwitt
- Jay Maisel
- Scott Kelby
- Cindy Sherma
- Valérie Jardin
- Casey Meshbesher
- Jo-Anne McArthur: We Animals
- Roxanne Bouche’ Overton
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Sharing how they got to where they are and why they chose to do what they do.
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