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Entertaining Video Shows ’25 Random Places To Stick A GoPro’

By Hanssie on February 19th 2015

Photography is all about perspective. We can both look at the same scene, but approach it from completely different angles, creating two very different photographs. Do a quick Google search of the Eiffel Tower. Sure, you’ll get thousands of images from the same vantage point, and then hundreds more from a totally unique perspective. That’s what makes the following video so great.

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Our lives can be pretty boring. We get up, brush our teeth, shower, make breakfast, go to work, come home, help kids with homework, make dinner, watch TV, go to bed…day in, day out, maybe skip the weekends. We do the same thing so often that our minds shut off and we autopilot our routines for the most part until something makes us see things differently. It could be a stubbed toe or a work from home day, whatever it is, it breaks up the mundane and causes use to see things from a little different perspective.

GoPros have given us some intense perspectives in the past. We’ve been given front row seats at the mouth of a fiery volcano or in the jaws of a Great White. Then there are the less intense, and more entertaining GoPro videos where people tape the action cam to every day objects like a handle of Fireball Whiskey or a moving car’s tire. The entertaining video below falls in this category and was created by Andy Schneider and Jonathan Britnell for Burger Fiction. It’s simple, it’s fun and it’s creative. From a moving ceiling fan to a hammer, these 25 random places they stuck their GoPro to makes every day life look pretty interesting.

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Watch ’25 Random Places To Stick A GoPro

Can you name all 25 places? Or better yet, what random places can you add to the list? Comment below.

[Via Sploid]

About

Hanssie is a Southern California-based writer and sometimes portrait and wedding photographer. In her free time, she homeschools, works out, rescues dogs and works in marketing for SLR Lounge. She also blogs about her adventures and about fitness when she’s not sick of writing so much. Check out her work and her blog at www.hanssie.com and www.fittedmagazine.com. Follow her on Instagram. Email her at:
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  1. Vince Arredondo

    Thank you for sharing

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  2. robert garfinkle

    In all seriousness – this is a cool video, of cool videos, yes?

    How bout –

    – on a kite?
    – on your dog?
    – If you could put a fisheye lens on one – in the fishtank, looking out, while you look in :)
    – while you ski (seen that) – but affix the camera on the ski tip looking at you…

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    • Hanssie

      I’ve seen the dog ones and I love them. They are sooo cute.

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    • robert garfinkle

      Problem with dog videos, you have to let them go out (to the bathroom) first, before putting the camera on… right?

      don’t dogs have a tendency to “go” then turn around and smelling what they just did. that’d be nasty thing to catch on video…

      maybe, that’s what happen – the inventors could not figure out what to call their new device. In the midst of testing, they put the video cam on the dog. it went, turned around to smell it… called it “GO” pro!!!

      ok, sick…

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  3. robert garfinkle

    There is a 26th place to stick a go pro, but that cannot be mentioned here in this forum – due to more sensitive viewers (no pun intended) :)

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    • Hanssie

      LOL. I thought this the entire time I was writing this article…SO.MANY.JOKES.

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