New Yorker: The Making of a GoPro Video

By Nate Lavey

 

In this week’s New Yorker Magazine, Nick Paumgarten explains the rise of GoPro, the company that makes “the ubiquitous small digital point-of-view cameras” used by athletes to capture their daredevil feats. In this video, Aaron Chase, a professional mountain biker, explains the unorthodox setup he devised to take his filmmaking beyond the simple head-mounted camera.

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