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Life is just one big journey. Meet #GoProFamily member, @funforlouis' latest edition to the @livetheadventure fleet - a converted school bus! Tune into our stories to follow their road trip adventures across Mexico in this beaut. • • • @goprouk #GoPro #HERO5 #TravelTuesday #🇲🇽 #roadtrip #buslife
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#GoProFamily member, @fjelljent from Norway loves being at one with nature. "Going to the mountains and skiing gives me the greatest sense of freedom and charges me with energy. Whenever I am hiking a mountain, I am the most present and nothing else in the world matters. I get filled with bubbly excitement right before dropping in on my skis - nothing compares to that!" • • • #GoPro #HERO5 #skiing #mtdjeveltanna #norway #❄️
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#GoPro Featured Photographer x @chrisbrinleejr! Dive into Chris' stories below as he takes us behind the scenes on a #GoProSurf production with @anthony_walsh_ and @a_gray as they #surf the frigid waters of #Alaska. Click the link in our bio to watch the full piece ☝🏽 • • • First Shot: We traveled an hour by quad across the island to a remote area on the Pacific side where Alex & Anthony had scouted waves on a previous trip. The weather was rapidly changing while we were there; the previous night, the first layer of snow had fallen, creating a dreamlike landscape where Alex & Anthony hiked down to the beach to ride some barrels. • PHOTO SETTINGS: RAW Photo, ProTune On: Sharpness Low • Second Shot: It's not the destination, it's the journey: There are no real roads on the island; the terrain is pretty rugged as well. As such, the best way to get around is on a quad - but even those would get stuck in foot-deep mud, and often. Alex discovered that the best way to get through sticky sections was to just charge the muddy pits, hold on, and press through. • PHOTO SETTINGS: Burst: 30/2, ProTune On: Sharpness Low • Third Shot: Flying into the Aleutian Islands is a harrowing experience. The runway on this particular island is made of gravel, and there are also regular, high crosswinds. Those conditions resulted in the ill-fated landing of this DC-3 in 1965, which has been there ever since. • PHOTO SETTINGS: RAW Photo, ProTune On: Sharpness Low • Fourth Shot: Morning routine on the trip involved getting up before the sun, riding quads across the island, and checking for waves on the Pacific side. The waves were usually good, so Alex & Anthony would come prepared to paddle out just as first light was appearing; then surf perfect waves, all to themselves, all day. • PHOTO SETTINGS: RAW Photo, ProTune On: Sharpness Low
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