In my GoPro Enthusiasts Facebook Group, we had a quick discussion on how we appreciate the “Casey Neistat style” of shooting and editing videos. Usually, my weekly videos are more of the “how-to” variety, but this week I changed things up a bit by doing more of a “vlog” style video… with a how-to twist.
I have always had a unique perspective of GoPro as a company and a product because I’m a consumer who is not an extreme sports enthusiast, I work in marketing and social media, I create content as an “influencer” and part of “GoPro Family”.
GoPro released a new feature called QuikStories. This feature promises to allow you to spend less time creating your story, and more time living it. It was just announced today, so I haven’t tried it out yet. But I’m excited to see what QuikStories has to offer!
There have been a few ALL new GoPro accessories to hit the shelves during 2017, some of them just in the last couple of months actually so you may have not even heard of them yet!
I know pretty much nothing about actually making movies, let alone captivating movies that tell timeless stories. But I have seen tons of boring GoPro videos and family movies, and I don’t think I need a film degree to decide that they’re boring. There’s a pretty easy fix if you think your own GoPro videos…
Well conveniently, I have lots of videos to help answer common GoPro questions. But I thought I’d address the top three questions that I see pop up in my inbox, in my YouTube comments, and in my GoPro Enthusiasts Facebook group.
So, I’m not a travel blogger at all. Like, not even remotely (see what I did there? #haha). But when the folks over at Veedyou asked for my opinion on GoPro Tips for travel, I said “SURE!” You can click on the infographic below to get the entire list of tips, but I’ll give you…
Spivo Stick seemed gimicky to me at first, but it’s become my go-to selfie stick when I need one! This is the coolest selfie stick or GoPro pole I’ve ever seen – It’s a GoPro swivel mount! The Spivo Stick has a rotating mount and a trigger. So you can change your shot from you…
Did you know the GoPro comes with something called Protune? By default, it’s set to “off” but by turning it on, you can unlock secret settings that give you more control over your footage. For example, you can set your ISO, color correcting, white balance, sharpness, and exposure.
In early 2018, GoPro announced new pricing on their brand new Hero6 model. No need to rush out to take advantage of these GoPro Hero 6 deals though: the $100 price reduction is permanent!