GoPro Setup 101

GoPro Setup 101

Monday, 28 Mar 2016

As with all tools, correct setup is critical to get brilliant results. Before using his new GoPro HERO4 Black, Paddy went the extra mile to find the perfect mix between image quality and recording time. First Paddy measured maximum recording time in different video settings. This control test was done indoors and the camera didn't move during recording.

Pass Tour 2015

Pass Tour 2015

Thursday, 03 Dec 2015

Paddy's Chilean cousins, Patricios Murphy and Patricios "MoXo" Murphy, visited Paddy in Switzerland this summer. When MoXo was here, they drove one day on the Night Flight challenge route - that's where Paddy lost his GoPro camera somewhere between Davos and the border to Austria. Luckily, MoXo had a brand new GoPro 4 camera with him. As a result, you can see Paddys adventures in sixty frames per second. That's the same frame rate the epic Hobbit movies have.

Release and Making of the Film #TitleDefense

A long way back, in May 2015, Team Paddy Murphy attended (and won) the rally Strade del Vino 2015 in Piedmont. After days of hard work, Paddy finally finished making the film and decided to share his superior knowledge of film making and the immense experience gained from creating movies. If you're not interested in a look behind the scenes of Paddy Murphy Studios, or if you can't wait to see the finished film, go on and click here. Paddy does not blame you (just kidding, of course he does!).

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait!

Good Things Come to Those Who Wait!

Saturday, 19 Sep 2015

Paddy proudly presents the brand new web site of teampaddymurphy.ie. Paddy showed a glimpse of his work by publishing two articles in July and now he completed the whole redesign. Paddy gives thanks to all the other Paddies out there for helping to get this project on the road and driving: beta testers, security testers, photographers, maps editors and the propaganda minster.


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