This is where it all began. Back in the now distant 2002, Nick Woodman went surfing to Australia and since then the action world has never been the same. It was Nick’s goal to film a quality surfing video that has inspired the creation of today’s most popular action cam.
Almost 15 years have passed since and today we take a look at some of the best GoPro surfing videos.
Feel like doing something crazy? Welcome to the world of cliff jumping or cliff diving. When common snorkeling doesn’t hit the spot anymore, some take water fun to the next level — a level up to 30 meters above the water.
Cliff divers jump into the blue unknown from stunning heights — and in breathtaking locations.
Here are our top 5.
While the world of extreme sports already offers an extensive list of ways to get hurt and yes, feel that adrenaline rush in your veins, for some, it’s still not enough.
And so they head out to search for the new, the crazy and, sometimes, the ridiculous. So, if bungee jumping or skydiving don’t do it for you anymore, how about any of the 5 new extreme sports below?
For most people, it’s not over 2 minutes. And that’s in a relaxed state, gently rocking in the swimming pool. If you are put in a stressful situation, the 2 minutes becomes 30 seconds — on average.
Now, what if we told you that there are people out there who can hold their breath for 24 minutes? And no, we are not talking about Henry Houdini. We mean Aleix Segura Vendrell, Spanish freediver and his breath holding record achieved on February 28, 2016.
Photos and videos taken by drones have been in the spotlight a lot these days. From drone photography contests to social media feeds, we are sure you have seen quite a lot of some amazing footage. And, perhaps, you are wondering how would you go about making some yourself.
Here’s a quick guide on how you get started in drone photography/videography.
First things first, you will need a drone and a GoPro. We will assume you have those ready 😉