Here's some inspiration to go out there and own your story. I traveled to the middle east with the Fuji X-T2 to shoot an adventure and travel video.Along the way I discovered the value of your story only happens after you put in the work and carve that finished product out of the raw adventure. It's hard work but owning your story is about changing your life--and the lives of people around you. It's not about being perfect or shooting everything on a gimbal or in 4k video (although it can be done that way too!).
You're good enough. Your camera is good enough (even if it's not a Fuji X-T2). Digital storytelling is a powerful gift that we have to transform the world around us but we have to believe that our story has value in the first place.
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"Bacterial Love" by Rolemusic (Free Music Archive) "Dream" by Chan Wai Fat "Rampi Rampi" and "Drum Solo" by Turku: Nomads of the Silk Road "Computer" by State Shirt "Stay Quiet" by Monplasir "Feels like home (feat Tiffany Childers)" by Minds Eye
(All songs available through FreeMusicArchive.org)
My wife and I (and our daughter) have been living life on the road in a tiny home since January 2016. We spend as much time as we can out west so we can be close to the climbing and adventure that inspires us--and we travel back east for work. Adjusting to life on the road in a tiny home has been challenging but we are still working on it. We have no choice at this point but to figure it out!
I happen to have type 1 diabetes so maintaining stable blood sugar and energy is a big challenge--and of utmost importance in the wilderness. This channel is not about diabetes but rather the things I've been inspired to do WITH my diabetes to empower other people through adventure. I owe a lot to my diet, the ketogenic diet--because it has enabled me to DO more. It has helped me go confidently into adventures knowing I had better blood sugar stability. In this playlist I am discussing what I've learned, the ups and downs to share resources with others looking for more freedom from the "glu-coaster".