We’re getting to the end of November, but before we head straight into the festive season, I would like to share a video from earlier in the month from one of my favourite YouTube photographers - Nigel Danson.
In this video, he discusses photography in the rain (something that anyone who regularly photographs in the UK will be used to) and how to work with the conditions to create a compelling image.
Since starting my campervan conversion I’ve been looking at a lot of YouTube video’s about van conversions. One of the best channels I’ve come across is called the Indie Projects.
Theo and Bea (the channel owners) have a real mix of video’s ranging from travel logs, photography advice, following their self build campervan project and a series of video’s showcasing alternative living spaces (such as campers, old ambulances, bothies and canal barges).
Before I get going with today’s post, I just want to answer a question that I’ve been asked a lot recently - why on earth would you want to convert a van into a camper instead of just buying a ready-made campervan?
There are of course many reasons why people choose to convert a van into a campervan.
For me, I have wanted a campervan for almost as long as I can remember.