My GoPro POV while photographing a concert + how to

Ever wonder what it’s like to shoot a band, on stage, in front of 55,000 people? Well, here ya go. I attached a GoPro to the end of my Canon 24-70’s lens hood and filmed my day of shooting. I am not a great video editor by any means, but the content is there!


To see all the photos from this shoot, check out this blog

The response to the video has been pretty solid, so I plan on doing more. People have been asking how to put the GoPro on their camera, it’s pretty easy! But here is a step by step guide on what I do.

first attach this GoPro attachment to the top of your hood

your GoPro should snap on nice

You will need some gaffers tape

an incredibly small amount, maybe half this

put it on your lens, right where the threading is for the hood

ta da

it’s okay if it bunches up, just as long as it’s snug

ta da! now you are ready to conquer the planet

POSTED BY Adam Elmakias

Adam Elmakias is a music photographer based out of San Diego, California. He spends most of his time doing stuff with cameras. Adam wrote this himself, not someone else. I am Adam.

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