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1) Research guests and topics thoroughly to generate more substantive, meaningful questions. 2) Write aforementioned research-based questions down and ask them. 3) “That’s amazing!,” “Yeah,” and awkward laughing should not be reflexive responses after guest comments. Practice fluid transitions. Intelligent follow-up questions, reaffirm statements, just anything to dig deeper. I love Fujifilm so much, but the Fujicast is a far superior product with far more capable co-hosts.
Franklyrichard via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/15/21
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This could and should be an interesting podcast but, the presentation is unprepared and stilted and this makes the program hard to listen to. If the presenter did his homework and had a well researched and pre-prepared running order, list of topics for discussion and conversation starting points...Read full review »
mad jeff via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/05/22
Thanks, for sharing your passion and giving us such good information. Listening to your podcast is like having experts & passionates photographers everywhere with me. Thanks again.
missou via Apple Podcasts · France · 12/18/16
This podcast is so needed. The interviews are intentional and honest and Marc is so good at making the guests feel approachable and relatable. My favorite Fujifulm podcast.
stuck paying for nothing. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/28/21
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