Napa Valley

Choosing a Road Trip Camera
Part Three

In Part One of this series I talked about the iPhone as a stand alone camera and then pairing the iPhone with the Moment Lens and Case. That setup is great because so many folks already have an iPhone and adding the Moment accessories is a simple way to get even more out of a ...

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Choosing a Road Trip Camera
Part Two

So, in Part One I discussed the benefits and drawbacks of using your iPhone and then of using your iPhone/Android paired with the Moment Lens and lastly I talked about the iPhone paired with the Moment Lens and Case. I really like that set up and have used it often on the road. Another set ...

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Dock on the Caribbean

Choosing a Road Trip Camera
Part One

So you're going on a road trip you want to get some rad photos. There’s an old adage that says the best camera to capture the moment is the one you have on you at the time. This series is intended to inform you on what cameras we've used on our many roadtrips....

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Working from the Road
Part 2

In this second post about working from the road, I’d like to get into some details about how we both got started in our careers after we finished school including finding clients, setting your rate, tax considerations, and getting paid. Be sure to check back tomorrow for Part 3 if you’re interested in our set up ...

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Working from the Road
Part 3

This last post about working from the road will cover the logistics of this nomadic lifestyle including what gear we use for work, how we keep our computers and other gear charged off the grid, and how we access internet and handle large file transfers with our clients. Our Gear It takes a surprisingly small ...

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Working from the Road
Part 1

We often get asked what we do for work and how we sustain this nomadic lifestyle of ours. There are a million different ways you can make a living from the road depending on your skill set, standards for what you are willing to do, and creativity in finding odd jobs. We know of some ...

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Buying a Vanagon: Part I

It’s exciting to dream about living a nomadic life and to romanticize about your new Vanagon home. We’ve been there. Living in a Vanagon comes with an entire set of challenges. Chief among those is the ever present risk of breaking down. Constantly towing and fixing your rig can not only put a dent in ...

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Buying a Vanagon: Part II

Falkor, our 2wd Vanagon, started out as a seven-passenger, non-camper, tin-top model that we purchased for $5k. After a few months living in the van as a tin-top we decided to put a high-top on him and it changed the game forever. Our advice to anyone looking to live in a Vanagon is to buy the cheapest, non-rusty tin-top model they can find and add a high top....

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Buying a Vanagon: Part III

In our previous two posts we discussed some basics about the VW Vanagon, buying one and what to consider when outfitting for liveability. In this post, we want to go over what sorts of minimal and not-so-minimal upgrades you can do to your van. We are going to rate these upgrades on a scale of ...

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