GoPro: Professional Guide to Filmmaking [covers the HERO4 and all GoPro cameras]

WHERE INSPIRATION MEETS TECHNICAL CRAFT, this guide to professional filmmaking with a GoPro is packed with hundreds of beautiful photos and interactive links to videos created by professional athletes, filmmakers, and inspired GoPro users around the world.

As the only book to cover the art and technique of advanced filmmaking by the team at GoPro, you’ll get a unique insider’s look at GoPro’s history, all the different camera modes and settings, standard and experimental mounts, shooting principles, and editing techniques. Compelling stories from users such as Kelly Slater, Shaun White, and Kevin Richardson offer a rare view into an incredible world of athleticism, artistic beauty, and storytelling.

Whether you’re a professional filmmaker, top athlete or an aspiring enthusiast, you’ll get all the inspiration and instruction you need to capture and create your own engaging edits to share with the world.

“This book is an invaluable window into Bradford and Brandon’s creative thinking and summarizes their years of experience. Hopefully it serves as a spark for you just as the authors have done for GoPro.”

From the foreword by Nicholas Woodman, founder of GoPro


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2 thoughts on “GoPro: Professional Guide to Filmmaking [covers the HERO4 and all GoPro cameras]”

  1. Value Packed Guide – A must have When I first saw that GoPro was coming out with a filmmaking guide book, I immediately wondered if it would be worth the $20+ Amazon had it priced at. The answer to that question is yes, absolutely.The book is organized into a few major sections:1. Forward, Preface, and History of GoPro:These sections are interesting if you want to hear some of the story and inspiration for GoPro cameras. I enjoyed this section, though some people might want to skip it and head…

  2. Save your money get much more online for free Terrible book. Save your money and learn online for free. 2/3 of it is nothing but a gopro add, most of the rest is more the artistic side of making videos. I expected it to explain more technical details, like maybe what settings are best for low light, or what setting is best for activities that involve more movement, etc. Just a handful of pages were dedicated to what I expected to learn. LOTS of the book sent you to a YouTube video with very little to no explanation of how it was made…

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