When your GoPro says NO SD, it can be kind of frustrating – and scary. In this post, you’ll learn how to fix your GoPro SD card error. This fix applies to all GoPro cameras (Hero3, Hero4 and Hero5). Here’s what you need to do, when your GoPro says “NO SD”. 3 Reasons for the GoPro “No [...]
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In this post you’ll learn how to use GoPro edit templates. They are fun and easy to use. They’ll help you create professional looking videos, complete with music. Here’s my first video created with a GoPro edit template. This was filmed while on family vacation at Carter’s Beach in Nova Scotia. For this video, I used the [...]
With these GoPro Hero 3 timelapse settings, you’ll be ready to create you own. In this post, I’ll share the time lapse settings I use to create videos with my GoPro Hero3 camera. In addition to the Hero3 time lapse settings, you’ll also learn how to create your own time lapse video. I also share [...]
In this post, you’ll learn the GoPro sunset timelapse settings you need to create your own sunset timelapse. A few years ago, I created my first time lapse video while visiting the Galapagos Islands. The images and video in this post were all shot on Isabela Island. This beach is directly in front of the [...]
You can easily take a screenshot from GoPro video to make a still photo. This comes in handy when you want to isolate an image to print, use in a blog, or for marketing. I recently set my GoPro to shoot video, when I meant to take time lapse images. (Whoops!) The plan was to get some fun photos [...]
In this post, you’ll learn the GoPro time lapse settings to shoot the activity in a busy store. Why should you capture a time lapse of a busy store? There are a number of reasons you might want this. Travel bloggers who want to share an immersive feel of the stores and restaurants they visit [...]
In this post, you’ll learn how to create a GoPro tide time lapse video. A few weeks ago, we happened upon low tide in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. The small basin in front of Reservoir Park Waterfront Park was completely empty. It looked like a giant, empty mud puddle. We set up the GoPro and started shooting. [...]
I bought my GoPro Hero4 Black back in June and it shipped with v2.0. In August a firmware update was released (v3.0) and I finally got around to updating the camera today. In this post, you’ll learn: How to update GoPro Hero4 firmware (3 ways) How to save it from a failed update Tips for updating [...]
In this post, I’ll share the specific settings I used to create a cloud time lapse video in Ecuador’s Andes mountains. This was shot from our apartment in Santa Isabel, Yunguilla Valley (located 90 minutes from the city of Cuenca). When I shot this, we were making plans to return to Canada. And we didn’t want [...]
A few months ago my parents visited us in Cuenca, Ecuador and we took a city bus tour. To capture the feel of the city, I created a driving time lapse with my GoPro camera clamped on the front of the bus. In this post, I’m going to write about the five steps to shoot your [...]