You just receive an awesome GoPro as a gift, but now what?
With a GoPro, you get to satisfy your need for adventure and document it, too!
Wondering how? We’ve got you covered. Check out these five awesome GoPro ideas.
While you’re documenting your next cool adventure, use the slow-motion option on your GoPro to slow things down a bit. Imagine jumping off a click into the water and capturing it in slow-mo? How cool is that?
You can also use the slow-motion feature when blowing bubbles, hitting a home run at a baseball game, riding on a human slingshot, or sliding down a zipline.
Looking for cool things to do with a GoPro? You can get incredible ariel views. Many people will hook their GoPro up to a drone so they can get some great shots. Using a drone allows you to have a lot of control over your footage.
Don’t have a drone? No problem. Depending upon where you’re at, you can get creative. If you’re at home, hook the GoPro up to a ceiling fan or lighting fitting. When you’re outdoors, you can use a sturdy helicopter, attach on a tall ladder, or to the top of your boat when you’re zooming down the water.
Half and Half Videos
Are you planning any water adventures? If not, you’re going to want to so you can create half and half videos. By adding a dome port attachment to the GoPro, you can capture images both above water and underwater.
You could capture a kayak both above and below the water. You could also get an awesome picture or video of a friend in the water snorkeling as well.
Tip: If you ever run into issues like corrupted video files with your GoPro, you can get help to try and avoid losing those precious memories. Read more here on how to troubleshoot those issues.
Set Up a Time-Lapse Video
Wondering what to do with a GoPro? Set up a time-lapse video. Imagine recording a beautiful sunset in Key West or watching the streets of New York come alive in the early morning hours?
Other things you can capture for time-lapse include:
the setting up and lighting of a Christmas tree
a heavy snowfall
Time-lapse videos allow you to condense time into shorter videos.
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