GoPro Photography Tips

I’m not sure there’s a camera that’s more associated with adventure and photography than the GoPro.

After all, it’s small, powerful, and can shoot video. You can mount it to your chest, to a tripod, to your helmet, or even to your car to get interesting stills and video, too.

But to unleash the true power of your GoPro, you need to give it a little help, just like you’d do with any other camera.

With that in mind, I’ve put together a quick list of things you can do to make photography magic with your GoPro.


Get Some Filters


The value of having filters for your camera – GoPro or otherwise – cannot be understated.

Though there are plenty of factors that separate images by amateurs and images by the pros, the use of filters is probably the simplest and easiest of them all.

If you pick up a GoPro Elite Kit by Formatt-Hitech, you get a variety of filters that will help you take your photos to the next level…

With a neutral density filter, you can help your GoPro take gorgeous long exposures.

With a polarizer, you can eliminate glare off of water, reduce atmospheric haze, and boost the saturation and contrast of the sky.

Even a simple UV filter is helpful for your adventures with your GoPro as it will help protect the GoPro’s lens from damage.


Of course, having a GoPro means you can take your photography to places you typically wouldn’t like under the surface of the ocean.

In that case, you want to have filters that help correct the colors in your images when diving in blue or green water.

The Formatt-Hitech GoPro Dive Kit has all you need for taking breathtaking underwater shots.

As seen above, the kit comes with a variety of tinted filters for correcting color casts when diving. Also included is a filter holder.

In other words, no matter if you’re diving off the coast of California, riding your bike in the mountains of New Hampshire, or something in between, with the right filter kit, you can turn your GoPro into an even more effective photo and video-taking machine.