Taken by Amanda Brewer in Mossel Bay, Africa, this shot of a great white shark is one of the most famous GoPro photos to date.
This shot was captured (with the help of a selfie stick) in the Falkland Islands.
This good dog was captured in the drink by GoPro enthusiast Yasar Turanli.
Created by YouTuber Billywarp1, this awesome video still comes from the video "Jedi with a GoPro 2."
In the clip, the Jedi inflicts some serious damage on stormtroopers until Darth Vader arrives.
Christian LeBlanc can't really take credit for this incredible photo. After stopping at a sanctuary in Bangkok, LeBlanc went to grab a banana to feed the elephant. The elephant then snagged LeBlanc's GoPro to take an "elphie."
Here's a photo of Manny the Selfie Cat and his furry friends. Yes. He literally takes selfies.
Here are Guru Khalsa and his friends performing a midair trick over Houston.
Here's another photo Khalsa took while skydiving. This time, they're lighting up the sky with colorful streamers.
Skydiving isn't the only activity that Khalsa likes to capture with his GoPro. Here he is posing for the camera while performing a wheelie on his motorcycle.
Sarah Murrell, who goes by Ranger Sarah on Instagram, took this incredible action shot as she shredded the fresh powder in Whistler, British Columbia.
Mike Paproski took this awesome action shot while riding his skateboard on the side of a Golden, Colorado, road.
Danny Schneider said it took four months to build enough trust for his dog, Halo, to jump from a tree into his arms.
Adventurer Sebastian Alvarez used a GoPro Hero4 to capture Roberta Mancino's wingsuit flight above Chile's very-active Villarrica volcano in 2016.
Here's another shot from the Roberta Mancino dive. (Not to worry: She landed at the foot of the volcano, not inside the volcano.)
This awe-inspiring shot was captured with a GoPro Hero4.
Tomasz Furmanek, a photographer from Norway, has spent years taking photos of the majestic landscape from the seat of his kayak. This photo, from January 2017, was shot in Aurlandsfjord, Norway, using a GoPro 5.
While swimming with his wife, Marcus Rodrigues captured this photo as she headed to the surface in Maui, Hawaii.
While hiking in Sedona, Arizona, Cole Riddle used GoPro's photo burst mode to capture this courageous gap jump.
What appears to be the surface of the moon is actually Germany's Rhine, circa 2018. On a scorching hot August day, Lukas Schulze used a GoPro Fusion to capture this trippy, 360-degree image of the dried-out riverbed.
Here's another GoPro photo from Ranger Sarah. In this picture, Murrell takes in the majestic view of Skaha Lake, located in British Columbia, Canada.
Todd Harper took this in-your-face selfie as he snowboarded the slopes in Vail, Colorado.
During the 2015 Ironman World Championships, this shot was taken as an athlete competed in the 2.4-mile swim in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
While scuba diving in Cancun, Mexico, Mitch Bergsma found a school of fish to pose with. He used a GoPro Hero 3000 to take this photo.
Marshall Miller took this picture with his GoPro Hero 5 while skydiving above Utah.
Here's Icelandic snowboarder Halldor Helgason in midair as he used the voice control on the GoPro Hero 5.
Bob Ward, an aspiring adventure dog photographer, captured this shot while riding his mountain bike with his dog Tula.
Over the skies of San Diego, Duffy Fainer used GoPro's night exposure setting to capture this awe-inspiring flight.
Here's an unbelievable upside down photo of Yann Guilloton skydiving over La Roche-sur-Yon in western France.
Professional skiier Nicolas Vuignier used his GoPro to catch himself hitting the cornice in the Valais region of the Swiss Alps.
Kyle Wicks put his own spin on a GoPro photo with this illuminating shot. Wicks achieved this photo with his GoPro 4.
Not all of Todd Harper's incredible GoPro photos are action shots. Here's a cat selfie of Harper's feline friend, Smokie.
Arnold Exconde was on a Sunday stroll when he snapped this picture of autumn in Sweden.
Using the Hero 5's 30/3 burst mode, Elias Elhardt captured this elaborate snowboarding sequence.
Floating above Mount Gaisberg near Salzburg, Austria, Paul Doppler snapped this high-flying GoPro photo.
Using the Hero 5 Raw setting, Mike Maholias shot this photo of himself trying to keep warm in Mammoth Lakes, California.
While pulling off a pipe slide, Anton Tkachenko used his GoPro remote to take this selfie using the GoPro's 30/3 burst mode.
While riding an inflatable, flying boat, Julian Leon shot this photo with his GoPro in Colombia.
Viliam Pischko was caught chasing waterfalls in this photo of the famous Seljalandsfoss of Iceland.
Sam Cornwall snapped this shot of Norwegian skateboarder Tom Erik Ryen as he pulled off a melon grab while skating a half-pipe in Los Angeles.
Ewa Marta Rakowska took this photo of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
In Bunyola, Mallorca, Hazel Han used a GoPro to capture her climb of this stalactite in 2015.
After 17,781 steps, Sarah Long celebrated from the top of Roys Peak, a mountain in New Zealand.
During the fourth leg of the Volvo Ocean Race, the world's premier ocean yacht competition, this photo was taken using a GoPro in Sanya, China.
During a morning hike to the Marmolada Glacier in Italy, Michiel Schrauwen stopped to take this photo of the sun rising.
Using a Hero 5 GoPro, Yannick Henry took this photo of the beautiful summer sunset over the Black River in Mauritius.
While visiting Skopje, Macedonia, Damjan Petreski rested at a cave entrance in Matka Canyon.
Paul Cameron snagged this photo by using a kite line mount while catching a wave.
Here's another GoPro photo from Sarah Murrell as she does some ice climbing in British Columbia, Canada.
Only accessible during low tide, the sea caves at the Cabrillo National Monument in San Diego, California, were captured in this photo by Eric Rubens.
Travel blogger Marc Baechtold took this photo of a sunset in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba. Baechtold used single-picture mode on his Hero 5.
Fabien Maierhofer gave a thumbs up as he shredded the fresh powder at Whistler Blackcomb in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Mark Fitz, a professional photographer, snagged this picture of a sea turtle near Queensland, Australia.
While hiking in Stoneleigh, Queensland, Australia, Alex Cable — a travel blogger — stopped to snap this photo of a house and the sky with his GoPro.
Here's Cable chilling in front of Silverband Falls, located in the Grampians National Park in Victoria, Australia.
In 2016, Cable celebrated the new year by capturing the illuminating fireworks over the Sydney Harbour in Australia.
Sam Greenfield captured this shot with a GoPro off the coast of China amid the Volvo Ocean Race in 2015.
Artur Debat used a GoPro Hero3+, to capture this sequenced shot of skateboarders in Barcelona, Spain.
This is another scene from the Nordic shoot by photographer Karolis Starazinskas.
A GoPro captured the lead cars in the 2018 edition of NASCAR's Pennzoil 400 race.