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Got a GoPro? This series covers all the essential skills you'll need to get out from behind the computer and start shooting in the field with your GoPro HERO, whether you capture stills, video, or even time-lapse photography. In this installment, author Rich Harrington starts right at the beginning: getting the camera out of the box (trickier than it sounds) and setting up for your shoot. He'll also share his insights on the different menus and buttons to get you up and running quickly, without fussing over controls. Follow-up courses in this series will examine different creative uses for the GoPro.
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Hi, my name's Rich Harrington and welcome to this course. We're going to take a look at the GoPro cameras. We're going to cover all the essential skills you need to get up and running and shooting with these cameras. Whether you want to shoot stills, video, or even time lapse. Now this is a fundamentals course so, we're going to walk you through everything from getting the camera out of the box which is actually trickier than it sounds. To getting it set up properly for your shooting situations, an extensive look at the menus and the controls.
This is just meant to get you out the door and getting the footage and the results that you need. We're going to follow up this class with several other project-based classes, to really help you explore, creatively, different ways to use this camera. But this is the best starting place for you. I'm going to share with you all the practical knowledge I figured out, about how these cameras work, and which settings matter. So with that in mind, let's start the process of digging in to the GoPro camera.
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