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7 GoPro Tips to Create Better and More Inspired Videos

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7 GoPro Tips to Create Better and More Inspired Videos

Since its original release as a 35mm film action camera a little over ten years ago, through the release of its latest HD digital camera GoPro has grown into a billion-dollar company. This, in large part, is due to the awesome results that come from these easy-to-use cameras.  However, even though they are very easy to use, some simple tricks can make your GoPro videos even better.   Plan the story that you want to tell Your videos will most enjoyable to watch when there is a story or theme to each video. Thus, it’s important to plan your content. You...

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How to Shoot All Day and Not be in Pain the Next Day

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How to Shoot All Day and Not be in Pain the Next Day

How to Shoot All Day and Not be in Pain the Next Day As casual shooters begin to transition into serious hobbyists or to the next step of getting paid to shoot, often one of the biggest surprises after a day-long shoot is just how tired and sore you are. Photography can be hard work! From sore necks and shoulders to sore thighs, we’ve been there. But, we’ve also found some useful tips to make shooting all day more enjoyable. Stop carrying your camera around your neck. A high-end DSLR combined with good glass is likely going to be at...

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6 Essential Things to Consider When Traveling with Your DSLR

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6 Essential Things to Consider When Traveling with Your DSLR

6 Essential Things to Consider When Traveling with Your DSLR                So you’re leaving for an exciting trip and know that you want to capture and share the memories. But you’re asking yourself, is it worth it to take my DSLR? You have heard the horror stories – stolen or damaged gear, getting tired of carrying your camera gear all day, dead batteries, etc. We’ve heard them too. But, despite those stories, traveling with your DSLR can be easy and worthwhile, especially when you follow these tips. INVEST IN A GREAT CAMERA BAG This is our number one recommendation, and...

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5 Simple Steps to Better Nighttime iPhone Photography

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5 Simple Steps to Better Nighttime iPhone Photography

5 Simple Steps to Better Nighttime iPhone Photography There’s an old saying that “the best camera is the one that you have with you”. For many of us, that camera is a phone.  An iPhone, to be specific. Day or night we use our phone to take pictures. Unfortunately, for a lot of people, those night pictures don’t turn out well. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. Most poor quality pictures are the result of the same things – not enough light and too much motion. In this post, we’ll show you how to improve your images.  Avoid...

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Top 7 DSLR Camera Tips For Beginners

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If you’ve just moved from a point and click camera to a DSLR camera, you are seeing a lot more options, menus and buttons than on your old camera. While all of the different settings and options now available to you are super important to learn to be able to fully utilize you new camera, these 7 tips for DSLR beginners are things you need to master and know first before you start diving into the rest of them. These photography tips will take you from beginner to very comfortable with your own camera in no time. Know ISO, shutter...

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