ICYMI: GoPro 2016 Gear Guide – HERO4 Session
The wakeskate tandem of Brian Grubb and Dieter Humpsch were given the task getting unique shots with the Hero Session. Leave it to these two GoPro experts to do just that. You know when you bring Dieter – a GoPro athlete and creator of Noisia Vision – into the mix with Brian Grubb – a creative filmer in his own right – you’re going to get some awesome stuff. Both guys got creative with different ride-along and mounted shots. The ultra compact size of the Session really allowed them to do some different things, especially with Dieter mounting it right into the tail of his wakeskates.
“The Session is rad because it’s perfect for mounting onto things. The main thing to make sure of is having good light to shoot in. The Session doesn’t have the specs of its big brothers, but it still packs a punch and is really small and light. The first couple shots of Grubb are handheld with a pole while riding doubles. For some shots of myself I used a GoPro sticky mount and an extension. Normally the impact of landing will knock the GoPro around or completely off. Not so with a Session because of how light it is!” – Dieter Humpsch
Team Hero Session
Riders: Brian Grubb & Dieter Humpsch
Park: Orlando Watersports Complex