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.
All Things GoPro
Are you the type of person who your spouse or mom hates buying gifts for because you already have everything, or they don’t know what you want or need? I want to help them out, so here’s what we’re going to do. You’re going to send them a link to this video, and they can …
I get the What GoPro settings to use question a lot and honestly, I never like answering it because the answer is always “it depends”… and nobody likes to hear that! But this post will help you learn the settings and figure them out on your own.
Is it time for Christmas yet?! Yep! In this week’s video, let’s kick off the Christmas Season by reviewing one of my favorite products: this backpack for GoPro, the Tenba 14L ActionPack! Thanks to Tenba for providing this product to me to review.
GoPro’s Quik for Desktop is fast… it’s a reaaaaally really speedy way to edit a short, fun video. There are limitations, but there are also some very simple ways to overcome them with any video editing software.
Have you seen the new GoPro Quik for Desktop? It automatically edits your GoPro videos for you! Here’s a Quik tutorial and overview of getting started with editing your GoPro videos with Quik for Desktop. Be sure to check out the entire video overview.
Spivo Stick seemed gimicky to me at first, but it’s become my go-to selfie stick when I need one. Spivo Stick 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 …
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, like a selfie, to capturing the scene around you.
Earlier this week, Nick Woodman took to the stage at GoPro’s live launch event to reveal what myself and all GoPro Enthusiasts have been waiting for: GoPro Hero 5 Black, the newest version of GoPro’s flagship camera, the Hero5 Session, and Karma–the drone “that’s so much more than a drone”.
I have both Adobe Premiere Pro and Premiere Elements, and I’ve used both. As you (probably) know, I’m all about teaching you how to create and edit videos… so I like to explore and learn the what video editing options are out there. So, Premiere Pro vs Premiere Elements – what’s the difference?
Like most GoPro Enthusiasts, I am patiently anticipating the official specs of GoPro’s new Hero 5 camera, which we’ve been expecting to be released at end of 2016… I know I’m ready for a new GoPro! The GoPro alternatives out there come in all different shapes, sizes, specs, and prices, but how do they stand up …
You guys know that my YouTube channel and website is all about helping you create awesome videos with your GoPro or any kind of camera you happen to be using, and part of that means sharing the best gear and accessories with you guys. That means I get to be picky and choosy about the brands …
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 been playing with a piece of video editing software this week that I’ve never used before! It’s called Filmora from Wondershare, and they were kind enough to sponsor this post*.
I had the opportunity to test out the SANDMARC Armor Bag over the last several months. It’s really handy GoPro accessory bag that would come in handy for just about any GoPro user. Let’s check it out!
We have a winner! Last week I announced a special Giveaway that I was doing to celebrate reaching 5000 subscribers on my YouTube channel! The giveaway is now over, and a winner has been selected: Congratulations, Vicki!!
Note: BroPro has changed their name to Bronami. This post has been updated to reflect their new name. This is a sponsored post. Read my disclosure policy here. Have you ever thought, “wouldn’t it be nice if someone else editing my GoPro videos for me?” With a GoPro editing service like Bronami, it’s totally possible!
If you’ve spent some time in Premiere Pro, editing GoPro videos and getting things just the way you want them, then at some point, you might want to export your GoPro videos in Premiere Pro as well. That way you can share then with the world! And Premiere Pro is pretty flexible, but with that …
Whether or not you shoot with Protune on or off, you might need to adjust and correct your colors when editing your clips. Color correction doesn’t have to be complicated!
One of my favorite things about graduating to Adobe Premiere Pro from other video editing programs is that the workspace is completely customizable.