I was thinking of doing a review on the GoPro HD Hero 3, but really I haven't used the camera enough, nor do I know enough about this type of camera to compare or do a fair test. So I thought I would just share some of the photos I (and my friend Tony) caught using two cameras on a five day trip to Chamonix in the French Alps.
The GoPro cameras are dubbed by the manufacture as the 'worlds most versatile camera', I must agree, it is pretty damn versatile, especially when it comes to outdoor sports and activities.
On our trip we shot video at 720p 50fsp, the camera can shoot up to 4K video (see specs here), and while shooting video it can also captured these stills.
What makes this camera so versatile is the waterproof housing is comes with, the attachment you get and can buy that help you mount it almost anywhere and its ability to deal with shake and movement. I really do love this camera, it is such fun watching back the action and seeing what photos it has captured.
To see more info on the camera visit the GoPro website and watch their promotional video.
Early last month I had the pleasure of photographing Kirsty and Rob's festive wedding in a village close to my heart. Their wedding ceremony was in fact at the church that I was Christened in, which has had a rather drastic face lift since 1985! The reception was at one of my favourite venues (although this is a bias towards its location) Nurstead Court in Meopham.
This morning I have been working on the families albums so the images are fresh in my mind and I thought it was about time I shared them with you. Some of the photos from Kirsty and Rob's wedding were favourites of mine from last year so I really hope you enjoy them...
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