As many users on DIY, I record with a GoPro for a lot of projects like my Banana Bread or my Sailing videos (which I am editing right now but that you should see on DIY pretty soon!). ;)
Radographers seek the most epic possible moments of life. We make stories with head-mounted cameras, capturing the unique sensation of life through our eyes.
Make an Adventure Story: Record your ramblings and adventures to make a story from your life. Or make a first-person movie with a plot and characters and special effects.
Make a Pole Cam: Secure a camera to the end of a pole and you have an instant crane rig that shows an amazing perspective.
Shoot Footage from a Bike: Only submit for this challenge if your footage was shot with a mounted camera on the bike or rider. (DANGER! Do not try to hold the camera with your hands while you ride - that is stupid and you'll get hurt.)
Ride and Record: Shoot footage while riding a skateboard, snowboard, skis, surfboard, skimboard, wakeboard, rollerblades, a derby car, or a sled. No segways.
Shoot Underwater: There is a whole other world beneath the surface of water. Go there! Bring back the magic.
Share a Day of Your Life: Wear a cam all day. Edit together the most interesting moments into a single, short video that shows one day in your life.
Shoot Aerial Cinematography: Mount your camera to a kite, remote-controlled UAV, or a balloon, and capture a bird's eye view.
Shoot Wide-Angle Timelapse: Shoot epic timelapse with your GoPro.
- Shoot from different angles. You can't see what you are recording with your GoPro, so I recommend trying different angles and seeing what looks the best. And look at them when you upload your videos on your computer.
- Use accessories. Accessories gives you different perspectives and can make it looks really cool! You don't need to buy something very costly, you're on diy, make it yourself. There's a lot of great film gear hacks on DIY that you can use for your GoPro!
- Edit your videos. Even if it's only 30 seconds, editing your video is the best way to improve it! You don't need something complicated, just adding music makes a big difference.