Have you ever watch a GoPro launch video or a commercial and then gone out and tried to recreate it, and look back at your footage and been like somethings wrong? How do they make these incredible cinematic shots? We will share these 5 simple tips for beginners on how to make GoPro cinematic footage.
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Using flat as opposed to shooting GoPro color can drastically increase your dynamic range. Having the ability to add a little bit more range when it comes to color grading can make your GoPro footage look way more cinematic.
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To create those cinematics edits, your transitions play a huge role. The one transition that is super simple to execute and can drastically improve your GoPro footage is the Match Cut.
You can achieve this by matching the cut of a point of view perspective. You can use, a bite mount and having a high five. This can slowly slap the camera to cover the lens and transition your footage by removing your hands to the camera lens and reveal another footage from your travel videos.
Using your video editor, create a 2:1 aspect ratio. Choosing a 2:1 aspect ratio over 16:9, the 2:1 can easily be replicated the screen size often seen in cinemas.
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