Tag Archives: go pro

Go Pro Gimbal Rancho Miranda



So footage from a Go Pro attached to a zeiyu gimbal.

Miguel and Natalie wedding. Rancho Miranda, Fischer, Texas. Sept 22, 2018.


Miguel and Natalie wedding.





Lakisha Wedding



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On May 26th, 2018 Lakisha married Aniekem at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

The reception was at The Golf Club at Star Ranch.


I shot this as a contract gig for CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHERS.  I did not do the editing.

( Ha Ha you can see holding the camera up over my head at 1.40 !)


It was shot with multiple Canon Cameras and a Go Pro ( On a stabilizer gimbal).


All the best to Lakisha and Aniekem!

2938 E 13th St
Austin, TX 78702

Austin Archery Range



Shot at


8121 Research Boulevard 78758.


August 9, 2018

Shot with go pros, bike clamps and a Canon T3I DSLR and edited with Adobe Premiere


Go Pro Rifle Range Tests


I always wanted to try this.  A Go Pro Camera attached to a rifle at a shooting range.


We went to Hot Wells Gun Range in Cypress, Texas ( near Houston).

The first shots were taken on a Go Pro 6 using a “Jaws”  flex Clamp.

The rifle’s shooting action moved the camera quite a bit. That footage is within the first minute of this video.

The next set of video shots were taken from a Go Pro 4 using a “bicycle handlebar” clamp.  I was much happier with those videography shots.


After approximately sevent minutes, the  footage is from a conventional video camera. A handheld Canon G20.

I did a quick simple edit in Adobe Premiere. I hope a fancier edited version is soon to follow.

I am not a fire arms owner. I hardly ever use them. But I was impressed with the Hot Wells Gun School staff.  Their place was very clean. Seemed very well organized. All the staff were very friendly




Go Pro on a car hood



With some Adobe After Effects Image Stabilization:



Adobe After Effects

Pro Wrestling Go Pro



Some Pro Wrestling footage, shot on a Go pro Hero 4 with a Feiyu Gimbal.

I edited the footage in Adobe After Effects, using Time Remapping and Time Stretch. I also used a lot of color correction. I added an adjustment layer with auto color, Hue & Saturation, contrast, and Black & White.

When I looked at it, I used too much “glow” on the Black & White shot… so I re rendered it with the glow adjustment layer at only 11 percent.


Recorded at a “Wrestle Circus” show on Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas.