Siddhant Kale
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Here are 16 GoPro tips and tricks for beginners from 11 GoPro photographers, including travel bloggers, hand-boarders & professional content creators.

Here are 16 GoPro tips and tricks for beginners from 11 GoPro photographers, including travel bloggers, hand-boarders & professional content creators.

*For more visual instructions, check out our video here! OVERVIEW MATERIALS Metal whisk (stuff the steel wool in here) Steel wool (get Grade 0, 00, 000, or 0000. Don't get anything at or above Grade 1. This can be found at the local hardware store) Lighter OR 9 volt battery (To light the steel wool with) Steel cable with clasp OR chain OR dog leash (something to swing the whisk around with) D-SLR camera (capture the moment) Tripod (capture the moment steadily) Safe location (NO dry grass ...

*For more visual instructions, check out our video here! OVERVIEW MATERIALS Metal whisk (stuff the steel wool in here) Steel wool (get Grade 0, 00, 000, or 0000. Don't get anything at or above Grade 1. This can be found at the local hardware store) Lighter OR 9 volt battery (To light the steel wool with) Steel cable with clasp OR chain OR dog leash (something to swing the whisk around with) D-SLR camera (capture the moment) Tripod (capture the moment steadily) Safe location (NO dry grass ...

This is another image created by using steel wool, I really like how this one has turned out and this is probably my favourite photo that I have seen which involves light painting. My most favourite thing about this image is the reflection that has been captured. A long shutter speed will have been used to create this image, in order to capture the movement of the light.

This is another image created by using steel wool, I really like how this one has turned out and this is probably my favourite photo that I have seen which involves light painting. My most favourite thing about this image is the reflection that has been captured. A long shutter speed will have been used to create this image, in order to capture the movement of the light.