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.
You can listen wherever you ger your podcasts!
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 $$$ by Jason Fulford, and made some revelations, and forgot about others.
In the walking segment of the show, I share my views on what I consider a long walk, and how those relate to our perception and experience of time. I wrap up with tidbits about Lionel Messi's walking strategy and a brilliant quote by walker, writer and thinker Craig Mod.
2:57 - Glass Review (and why you might want to consider newsletters)
8:37 - Thinking about Raising Frogs for $$$
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!
- Gathering Time, Gathering Intelligence and 'Raising Frogs for $$$'
- PHOTOGRAPHERS ON PHOTOGRAPHERS: TRISTAN MARTINEZ IN CONVERSATION WITH JASON FULFORD
- The Mushroom Collector: In Conversation with Jason Fulford
- Blake Andrews Blog
- What do you consider a long walk?
- NYC Photo Community Newsletter
- Lionel Messi Twitter Thread
- Craig Mod Newsletters
- Walking as a Productivity System - Interview with Craig Mod
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.
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