I started living in my SUV a few months ago to pursue landscape photography full-time. This episode is the pure essence of what a true day involves.
You won't find any in-depth lessons, tutorials, or even me talking to the camera in this episode. My goal was to provide the most accurate representation of being there with me throughout the journey of a day. The summer solstice resulted in early sunrises, late sunsets, and extended blue hours to wait for enough darkness to capture the stars. This caused me to sleep for 3-to-4-hour periods twice a day rather than a full night of sleep. Personally, the hardest part about landscape photography is just being there. Thankfully, this is much easier when you're waking up or resting your head near where you plan on shooting.
I was extremely lucky I had such conditions for every part of the day. It wasn't until after creating this video I realized how most days would have had some portion either filled with rain, clouds blocking the stars, or smoky haze in every photo. If you're curious how I captured or edited any of the photos in this episode, please let me know in the comments, or if you just have any general feedback for the format, please let me know. As always, thanks for watching.