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Podcast: How long are your walks with Raising Frogs for $$$?

In this week's episode, I review the new photography app Glass, discuss the photobook Raising Frogs for $$$ by Jason Fulford and share my thoughts on the relationship between long walks and time.
Podcast: How long are your walks with Raising Frogs for $$$?

Thanks for joining me for the newest latest episode of my podcast! I got a crash course in editing with Descript and learned some lessons I'll be taking into future episodes. I am excited about a couple of the interview I have in the works, and have been making notes on some hot topics for future episodes.

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In this week's episode, I review the new photography app Glass and why you might want to look to newsletters instead. After digging through my boxes of photobooks, I pulled out Raising Frogs for $$$ by Jason Fulford, and made some revelations, and forgot about others.

In the walking segment of the show, I share my views on what I consider a long walk, and how those relate to our perception and experience of time. I wrap up with tidbits about Lionel Messi's walking strategy and a brilliant quote by walker, writer and thinker Craig Mod.

Produced and hosted by Bryan Formhals Music by Tom Starkweather

Timestamps

00:01 Introduction

Photography

2:57 - Glass Review (and why you might want to consider newsletters)

8:37 - Thinking about Raising Frogs for $$$

Walking 13:57 - How long do you spend on a walk?

19:32 - Lionel Messi's walking strategy on the field

22:29 - Craig Mod quote on long walks 24:25 - How to thank parks, get out to the parks!

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I’m a photographer and consultant from Saint Cloud, Minnesota. This is my podcast on walking, mapping and photography. Each episode, I share analysis, news and stories about these topics to keep you informed and inspired to pursue your own creative projects.

My consulting services focus on helping photographers with project development, editorial strategy and building a walking practice. I offer FREE 30 minute introductory calls to chat about your projects, and learn if I can help.

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