Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Onsite review strategies, part of Shooting with the GoPro HERO: Action Sports.
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…If you look at a GoPro out of the box, it doesn't have a screen.…So, by its very nature, it's kind of hard to know what you're getting.…Most people take the approach of shoot wide and hope for the best.…But, I come from a professional video background and I just feel…a lot better when I know that my shots are turning out.…I got a couple of strategies that I would like to encourage you to consider, and…it tends to work out pretty reasonably to…go ahead and implement this into any workflow.…First up, is the use of the LCD backpack.…Now, I only use one of these but the great news is is I could run from camera…to camera, slap it on the back of the…camera, and I could review the shots we just got.…
This really makes it easy to see if we're…getting the results that we want, and it even…has a headphone jack so you could plug in…and check your audio if that's going to be important.…Depending upon the case style you choose, audio could be really muffled so if sound…is important you're going to have to balance…the safety of the camera with the rigging.…
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- Packing for the shoot
- Managing power on location
- Protecting your GoPro
- Mounting a GoPro
- Using a Steadicam Smoothee or Curve
- Using head, chest, or wrist mount
- Positioning your GoPro with clamps, poles, and GorillaPods
- Mic'ing and lighting a shoot