Getting the most out of your GoPro

I’ve had a GoPro for the last 5 years – starting out with the very first model which if I’m honest lost its sharpness and appeal fairly quickly. Anyone that had one of the first versions of the Gopro will know that the battery only lasted about 4 minutes (slight exaggeration but it was bad) and after a few uses the picture started to get dull. Without screens or wifi it was impossible to know what you were shooting and, when mounted on a helmet, we often found ourselves using up our 4 minutes of power on shots of the ground or the sky.

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Why life IS (and should be) like a photograph

Whether you’re new here or you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll know that I like taking photos. A lot. I’m not a professional photographer, nor is it something I aspire to do full time, but I love photos, I always have and I’m pretty sure I always will. I love the creativity in composition and the emotion that capturing a moment can evoke, minutes, days, months and even years after a shot is taken.  

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