Bikes, Extreme sport, GoPro, Videos
St. Anthony in Idaho is one of the better places to go if you are looking for videos worthy dunes. Ronnie Renner and his buddies decided to explore the huge area with dirt bikes and meanwhile to shoot breathtaking images. A normal video would be already a nice experience, but 360 degrees is St. Anthony really a step more impressive. Man those things going high!


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GoPro, Photography, Videos
Using these tips to re-set your GoPro – and create your own awesome professional videos! GoPro’s are sought after gadgets – the picture quality is incredible, and the small box delivers you the most amazing videos for YouTube. But it stands and falls with the correct settings, and lets just say GoPro have a labyrinth of menus and submenus. If you make the wrong choices, your video can be half as cool as that it had been with the correct settings. Use these tips for settinga – and use – from your camera to produce professional photos and videos. Confirm If you shoot with high speed – such as a motor or road bike – mount the camera on your helmet or on your chest, not the vehicle. Your body absorbs shocks much better than your bike, and the action looks also much more impressive because the viewer can empathize better at this point. Items You don’t need to be pro skate or BMX champion to take great shots. The most popular GoPro videos on YouTube are made from the most surprising items such as hula hoops or toy of a dog. Use your imagination and improvise where necessary. With duct tape and tie wraps, you can shoot the most magical images. Selfie Stick Attach your GoPro on a selfiestick, preferably one that is waterproof (as QuikPod). You can not only make the most epic selfies while you climb, fly or skiing, but it also let your creativity go over. Use it to shoot across people using it while diving to get close unusual fish or insert it into a canal, to look if there are underwater city’s;). Settings Here begins the difficult work. Set your camera to the correct settings can be tricky. Videographer Dan Ransom (danransom.com) explains what settings they recommend for your GoPro:        A) High-speed action. Resolution: 720p; Frame rate: 120fps; Image scale: Narrow. “So you get sharp images without any unnecessary elements to come, ” Ranson explains.” For low speeds, this setting is convenient. ”        B) General Purpose. Resolution: 1080p; Frame rate: 60fps; Image scale: Medium. “This setting I use most often, ” Ranson said.” This gives you less the fisheye effect, and sharper images. ”        C) Sharp. Resolution: 2.7K; Frame rate: 30fps: Image scale: Wide. “This is the highest resolution that I use,” I said. “It delivers the most crisp and clean image even in low light. Also, you can still easily reduce the frame when editing the picture.” Also make pictures Remember you can also take pictures with the GoPro. In fact, a popular strategy is to make videos and photos at once. So you have pictures with a high resolution in addition to your video. Go to your settings and activate Simultaneous Video and Photo mode. Click on the link to see our GoPro archive for some awesome inspiration!

Awesome, GoPro, Lifestyle, Skiing, Sport, Videos
GoPro has its Line of the Year contest, and in the form of Candide Thovex we have the slain dyed winner at home. The French freestyle skier who once was fourth at the X-Games, made this brilliant video. What do we say, brilliant! This is the coolest video on skis we’ve ever seen! Candide is known that he regularly breaks the internet with his edits, we see him making huge jumps, through narrow tunnels and he even jumps over a helicopter. This is epic to the last pixel.

GoPro, Lifestyle, Sport, Videos, World
Wow, wow and wow again. GoPro, you did it again. They were good in making compilations, despite this, they have to surpass himself out again this year and that’s not easy. In this GoPro: Best of 2015 video we see the most incredible images of the most unusual sports. All in a manner fitted to each other that you are in constant state of goosebumps. Or as they put it themselves nicely;
‘Take an epic journey that looks back on some of the best moments captured on GoPro in 2015, from high up in the sky to deep below the sea and everything in-between.’

Awesome, GoPro, Lifestyle, Sport, Videos, Winter
Good news for all the pro skiers and snowboarders, you can bind the small camera on your head again. GoPro comes with the new competition ‘the Line of the Year’. The name says it all, a competition for the descent of the year. The winner takes and eternal fame with $20,000. Dale Talkington below here is already a nice try, but if you remember the winner of 2015 you know this is not enough for the victory. Dale Talkington Léo Taillefer winner of 2015

Awesome, GoPro, Sport, Videos
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