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by Lars Kotthoff

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Do a bit of photography for fun, mostly when out and about - cycling, walking or running.

Using a Panasonic Lumix G5, Lumix FT20 and a GoPro Hero 3.


Jul
21
awarded  Commentator
Jul
21
comment How to place a light-weight point and shoot camera on a balloon
A GoPro Hero3 (without any housing) only weighs 75g. Though the waterproof housing could add another 100g, plus the weight of any mounts etc. You can use it without a housing, maybe attach it to the balloon with elastic bands etc, could be pretty lightweight.
Jun
20
revised Is it possible to take a long exposure photograph during daytime?
remove timelapse tag
Jun
20
suggested suggested edit on Is it possible to take a long exposure photograph during daytime?
May
31
answered Easy timelapse from pole
May
13
answered Displaying subject age instead of capture date in photos
Apr
13
awarded  Organizer
Apr
13
revised Camera selection for model airplane
tag as aerial-photography
Apr
13
revised gopro wiki excerpt
added 219 characters in body
Apr
13
wiki created gopro excerpt
Apr
13
suggested suggested edit on gopro tag wiki excerpt
Apr
13
revised aerial-photography wiki excerpt
added 132 characters in body
Apr
13
wiki created aerial-photography excerpt
Apr
13
suggested suggested edit on aerial-photography tag wiki excerpt
Apr
13
suggested suggested edit on Camera selection for model airplane
Mar
27
answered How to do the same crop on a batch of photos?
Mar
26
answered Is there a self-timer mode on the GoPro Hero 3+?
Mar
26
comment Is there a self-timer mode on the GoPro Hero 3+?
That source is the manual for the original HD Hero. The Hero 3+ is a much newer model, and is quite different. It seems the Hero 3+ does not have a self-timer mode.
Mar
10
awarded  Fanatic
Feb
19
comment Photo Editing guide for gimp
This page from the GIMP manual is a useful guide to start with: docs.gimp.org/en/gimp-imaging-photos.html