Biting Elbow’s music video for their song, Bad Motherf**ker. Shot with a HERO camera strapped to the protagonist’s face! This is a very impressive video, but it’s filled with violence and swearing, so it may be best to save it for later if that’s inappropriate for your current environment.
GoPro’s official video showing off the power of their top camera, the Black Edition. It can shoot in 1080p at an impressive 60 frames per second, and comes with a wireless remote to make using it even easier.
Take a look at it on GoPro’s website here.
This is a really cool idea for sporting events. Being able to see what the referee can see makes for some great camera angles. Hopefully this picks up and gets implemented in more games.
Incredible footage someone managed to accidentally capture when a seagull stole their GoPro camera at the beach.
If you have a pet and want to have fun here is an awesome new way you can make and save new memories with your dog. Because the of the durability and versatility of GoPro cameras, it is perfect for capturing the world from your pet’s point of view. The possibilities are endless!
ATTENTION: GoPro launches music photo contest on Instagram.
GoPro calls all musicians, bands, and aspiring artists to show how you rock your GoPro. GoProMusic gives a chance to strut your creativity with the camera. With a chance to win a free GoPro Hero3 as well as the being the Photo of the Day winner! The month of March is here and is asking all musicians to take part!
Check out the contest on GoPro’s website here!
With all its versatile mounting capabilities photography and film for surfing has changed dramatically. Instead of taking pictures with a long-range zoom lens from a far distance, surfers are able to take their own photos with GoPro HD cameras. Surfers have more opportunities to capture extreme angles and a true human eye perspective of the surfboard and the wave. It brings a whole new view to the surf photography industry changing the face of the profession. Personally, GoPro surf photos and videos are more appealing because they capture the real experience of the wave and the surfer. It’s like placing yourself on the surfboard and being able to see what the surfer sees. From a DSLR that’s hundreds of feet away, you don’t get that type of experience.
Inspired by this new opportunity, GoPro even came out with a Hero 2 Surf edition that attaches to the board to record or take professional high definition video and 11MP timelapse photos. Surfers are able to capture their tricks and shreds out on the water. The Surf Edition camera is used by top surfers, photographers and filmmakers around the world. GoPro is even stoked to have Kelly Slater on their team to represent the surfing community.
Shot completely with the GoPro’s HD HERO3 and this clip aired as a national television commercial.