Do’s and Don’ts for taking your GoPro to a festival

Do’s and Don’ts for taking your GoPro to a festival

Festivals are the new “it” thing with people enjoying their summers in the outdoors with great music and amazing food. It definitely is something that is enjoyed by all – adults and teens alike. As a festival is an enjoyable event for most people, they want to cherish it by recording the memories of it.

Festivals are the new “it” thing with people enjoying their summers in the outdoors with great music and amazing food. It definitely is something that is enjoyed by all – adults and teens alike. As a festival is an enjoyable event for most people, they want to cherish it by recording the memories of it. Even though phones now have an amazing camera with high megapixels, a go pro is something most vloggers, celebrities, and bloggers to record videos. Even though a GoPro is a great way to record events and cherish the time spent there, it is an expensive set of equipment. This means that it can be stolen or if damaged, will cost too much to fix. This is why we have created little dos and don’ts which will help you keep check of how you should handle your GoPro hero 7 silver

  1. Do: Get information

It has recently been coming in the news that many festivals do not allow GoPro cameras or do not allow action cameras within the festival premises. There are various reasons for this, however, you should check before going to the festival to not pack your gear otherwise it would be a hassle to take care of.

  • Don’t: try to take the perfect video

If you think you will be able to make a music video from your camera in a crowded place, then you are very wrong. Because there is so much action and movement around it gets very difficult to capture the kind of video in your mind and by repeating it, again and again, you start to miss out on the moment that you were there for in the first place. This is why try to make a video and edit it the way you want later and enjoy the show.

  • Do: Close to the sound system

The closer you are to the sound system, the better the sound you will get on your camera. This would mean that you don’t need to struggle to find the right sound. This way you will also not disturb those around you and will be able to get the perfect video easily.

  • Don’t: Leave the camera unattended

Regardless of how safe the festival might be, it is suggested that you do not leave your belongings with anyone or unattended. You should keep your GoPro with you at all times because it is an expensive piece of equipment and people might steal it from right under your nose without you even knowing.

  • Do: Enjoy the festival

Even though cherishing the memories and recording the festival is important, but it really is not that important if it beats the purpose of you being there. You should enjoy the festival as it is and record it, but not so much that it takes over your whole event.

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