GoPro Tricks and Tips

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Tricks and tips to help you get the most from your GoPro

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  • Step-by-step guides to GoPro camera features
  • Learn how to get more from your action photography
  • Includes image editing tips for better photos and more

 

The GoPro range is as versatile as it is rugged. It has been well established with the surf and snowboarding community for some time but there is more to it than that! Suddenly the quality of the images is good enough to consider having it as another option in your camera bag, for those tricky shots where a DSLR is just not able to go.

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Now though, with the advent of the GoPro HERO5 Black and the new HERO6 Black, the quality of stills capture has taken an important step forward with its ability to shoot stills in Raw format. Raw format is a data readout off the camera sensor with no compression and processing applied. It gives you its maximum image quality and a fair amount of leeway when it comes to working with the images in programs like Lightroom or other Raw editing programs. Suddenly the quality of the images is good enough to consider having it as another option in your camera bag, for those tricky shots where a DSLR is just not able to go. With that in mind, let’s go and take a look at the options available and also pass on some tips on how to use your GoPro like a pro photographer.

GoPro Camera Tricks and Tips

If you fancy yourself as the next Stephen Spielberg or just want to have a go at assembling your video footage into a more concise and cohesive story, then you have a few options to enable you to turn your assortment of video clips into something altogether more interesting for the end viewer. The video files created by your GoPro are saved in MP4 format and these can be used in any number of video editing programs such as Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, Corel VideoStudio and Cyberlink PowerDirector to name a few. Whilst the more top end programs like Final Cut and Premiere offer a host of powerful editing possibilities, they are not free. If you want to dip your toe into the world of video editing, then GoPro offer some choices free of charge.

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