A popular camera that I like to keep in my back is the GoPro Hero3. While I don’t use it as my primary camera, I find it helpful lots of shooting situations. I’ll use it for time-lapse, point-of-view, underwater, and aerial photography. There really are a lot of things to love at the price point.
- What is a GoPro? Where did these cameras come from and what are they good for?
- The GoPro bodies. What are the challenges with the form factor?
- Essential GoPro gear. What do you need to get the best shots?
- Powering the GoPro. How can a little camera use so much juice?
- Accessing GoPro menus. How to stop driving yourself nuts pushing buttons and actually see what youre doing.
- Essential menu commands. Which commands will get you a quality shot?
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Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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