by Chris Sgaraglino | August 27, 2018 | Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Photography
Getting through tight tunnels. When going through small tight areas, caves or natural tunnels like the Mangrove, use only 1/2 your paddle like an oar. This makes it easy not to get all tangled up with a long paddle!
by Chris Sgaraglino | August 6, 2018 | Backpacking, Camping, Cycling, Hiking, How To, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Photography, Reviews
I have been asked many times how I am getting so much runtime out of my GoPro cameras, so I put together a post on how I get up to 4 hours of runtime w/o having to swap batteries.
by Chris Sgaraglino | June 20, 2018 | Cycling, How To, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Photography
The GoPro is a very tiny action “video” camera with a very tiny sensor and a very tiny lens. It will in no way compete with a $5,000 DSLR with an equally expensive $5,000 lens attached. It’s not even going to compete with a $500 DSLR/Lens Kit. It’s just not going to happen! And by understanding the limitations, will also set acceptable expectations.
by Chris Sgaraglino | January 19, 2018 | How To, Paddle Boarding, Photography
I will cover, Importing, Keyword Tagging, Titles/Descriptions, Sorting, Filtering, Selecting, Editing and Exporting. This is great for any skill level for anyone shooting digital photos of any kind.