The trailer has arrived! I had the opportunity a few months ago to hike the grand canyon and document a family taking their paralyzed grandfather to the bottom and back up again! It was probably one of the hardest things I've ever done in my life. I took way too much camera gear, almost fell off the edge (a couple of times), and got some of the craziest blisters I've ever seen. The whole video comes out at the end of the week but until then, here is the trailer: #hike #inspir
When you own a camera (an expensive one), friends and family ask all the time, "Hey why don't you bring it and we can take some pictures, maybe a quick video, and then you can just do your thing and we can all enjoy it later".
There is nothing wrong with this at all. I plan on using all of my family to their fullest extent. My sister is a nurse. Guess who I call when something looks a little weird. A lot of our family are extremely talented in construction fields. Cracked p