While I wait for my broken leg to recover, I thought I would put together a blog post about some interesting things to do with a GoPro camera. It started out as just a couple tricks for timelapses, and then I thought I would show them in a video, and then once I had the video started, I figured I would show a couple of the things that we use on the river.
For details about any of the things in the video, check out the blog article that goes with it: leifandnatalie.blogspot.com/2012/02/cool-things-to-do-with-your-gopro.html
((UPDATE: I also wrote a second article about my philosophy of GoPro-ing:
Filmed with the GoPro Hero HD and Hero 2. GoPro.com, with a little help from a D7000.
Thanks to Fluid Kayaks, Snap Dragon, H2O paddles, Stohlquist Waterware, and WRSI.
The music is by Mike Lee. Lluvia Simpatico is on the album Treesnhorses, available at cdbaby.com/mikelee23
And you know, if you leave a tip, that doesn't mean that I'll forget my roots and stop making video equipment out of egg timers and pieces of driftwood. If I just saved you some money, what about donating half what you saved as a tip?