Watch as travel filmmaker, Thomas Alex Norman shares 5 tips to help you make your GoPro Hero6 footage look more cinematic. Let’s take a look..

Today we take a look at a few tips to help you step up your GoPro game. These tiny little cameras are really capable of so much, yet somehow we still so often see shaky, amateur looking footage. The question is, can you really get footage from a GoPro that looks like it’s been shot with a much higher-end camera and achieve a more artistic, cinematic look?

Yes, absolutely yes!

So how do we do that? Let’s join travel filmmaker, Thomas Alex Norman as he shares his 5 top tips to make your GoPro footage more cinematic. Thomas talks through everything from thinking about your camera movement, the ideal camera settings, why you want to use them and much more. As Thomas rightly says, “Whether you’re making travel videos for Youtube, Instagram, or just your own memories, being able to use simple and easy equipment such as your GoPro to its maximum potential can be one of the BEST things to learn because you have it in your pocket 24/7”. Let’s take a look…

Thomas has a pretty nice YouTube channel, packed with travel filmmaking tips and inspiring travel videos, head on over and check it out. You can also find him on Instagram or Facebook, so make sure you drop by and hit that “follow” button.

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