Point of View, or POV, video cameras have gone from “what’s that thing on that guy’s helmet” a few years ago, to an every day, every rider accessory. We sit down with GoPro’s Travis Pynn, to learn a bit more about the phenomena and what we can expect to see in the future out of GoPro.
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Here it is: a step-by-step text of Walt’s “Getting the Shot: Motion Pan Images.” We’ll show you how to bring back pro-level “motion” images – no matter what kind of camera you have – from your ride! Check it out.
The common theme here is world class photographer, Walt Denson, helping you get the best out of your camera ( whether it’s an inexpensive, disposable, or a professional model) on your bike ride, skiing session, or surfing safari. In the photo above, Walt captures our man Chuck at the bottom of a massive Shark Park wave. Next up in Getting the Shot: how to take images that highlight speed and movement. And don’t forget to click on the image above to see it really fill up your screen!
Fall is probably our favorite time of year to ride. It’s definitely our favorite time to pack our cameras on rides. Whether it’s pocket sized Canon ELPH, or our eagerly awaited, professional, Canon EOS-1D Mark IV, fall is the time to pack the camera and bring back the photographic goods. And there are few more impressive goods than “the panorama.” Walt Denson will give you the basics so you too can “Get the Shot.”