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Gary Randall interviews Matt Payne on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen

July 04, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Episode 063 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with the host himself, Matt Payne - interviewed by Gary Randall!

Gary Randall suggested that he interview me on my own podcast, using questions generated by podcast listeners over on the Facebook group. It was a blast! I can't thank Gary enough for taking the time to do this one with me.

We covered some fun topics this week, including:

1. How I got into landscape photography.

2. Why I started the podcast.

3. How the podcast has impacted me as an artist and person.

4. How the podcast has impacted the photography community (if at all).

5. Memorable episodes of the podcast... and lots more!

Over on Patreon this week, Gary and I had a fabulous conversation what it takes to produce the podcast week after week.

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Some of my favorite photographs are seen below.

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Patience and TimePatience and Time36 hours without sleep. This was my reward - witnessing one of the most magical sunrises ever from the summit of 13,835 ft. Turret Peak - marking the 88th mountain out of Colorado's highest 100 that I have climbed. The sun rose so brightly behind Jagged Mountain and Rio Grand Pyramid that I thought for sure I had fell asleep and began to dream. Discernable rays of light spread out from behind Jagged and lit the clouds a crimson and purple combination, which I can only describe as scintillating.

in·fin·i·tes·i·malin·fin·i·tes·i·malWhen I realized that the Milky Way would line up directly above my two favorite Colorado mountains - Vestal Peak and Arrow Peak - at 2:30 AM, I set my alarm for 1:00 AM at my 12,200 foot campsite to climb to 13,000 feet to witness it.

Used with permission from Abe Blair


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