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Great white

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.

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Photo by: Amanda Brewer/Sharkservation.com

Lightsaber duel

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.

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Photo by: Billywarp1/YouTube

'Elphie'

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."

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Photo by: lostleblanc/Instagram

Manny the Selfie cat

Here's a photo of Manny the Selfie Cat and his furry friends. Yes. He literally takes selfies.

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Photo by: yoremahm/Instagram

Skydiving above Houston

Here are Guru Khalsa and his friends performing a midair trick over Houston. 

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Photo by: gurustunts/Instagram

Lighting up the sky

Here's another photo Khalsa took while skydiving. This time, they're lighting up the sky with colorful streamers. 

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Photo by: gurustunts/Instagram

Making the leap

Here's an adorable GoPro shot of Khalsa's dog, Kalea, jumping into the water. 

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Photo by: gurustunts/Instagram

Wheelie

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. 

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Photo by: gurustunts/Instagram

Waterskiing in France

Here's an action shot of Charles Navillod waterskiing in Tignes, France. 

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Photo by: charlesnavillod/Instagram

Snowboarding selfie

Sarah Murrell, who goes by Ranger Sarah on Instagram, took this incredible action shot as she shredded the fresh powder in Whistler, British Columbia.

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Photo by: mountaindarlin/Instagram

Speedy skateboarding

Mike Paproski took this awesome action shot while riding his skateboard on the side of a Golden, Colorado, road.

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Photo by: thepapdog/Instagram

Flying puppy

Danny Schneider said it took four months to build enough trust for his dog, Halo, to jump from a tree into his arms.

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Photo by: hard9choppers/Instagram

Kayaking in Norway

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.

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Photo by: Tomasz Furmanek

Surreal swim

While swimming with his wife, Marcus Rodrigues captured this photo as she headed to the surface in Maui, Hawaii.

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Photo by: mrod_media/Instagram

Bilbo the Shiba Inu

Manu Sainz-Trápaga captured this photo of his Shiba Inu named Bilbo.

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Photo by: mannu1415/Instagram

Gap jump

While hiking in Sedona, Arizona, Cole Riddle used GoPro's photo burst mode to capture this courageous gap jump.

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Photo by: criddle___/Instagram

Enjoying the Skaha Lake view

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.

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Photo by: mountaindarlin/Instagram

Up-close snowboard selfie

Todd Harper took this in-your-face selfie as he snowboarded the slopes in Vail, Colorado.

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Photo by: _toddharper/Instagram

Ironman swimmer

During the 2015 Ironman World Championships, this shot was taken as an athlete competed in the 2.4-mile swim in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

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Photo by: Ironman/Getty Images

Swimming with the fishes

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.

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Photo by: micbergsma/Instagram

Skydiving in Utah

Marshall Miller took this picture with his GoPro Hero 5 while skydiving above Utah.

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Photo by: marshall__miller/Instagram

Midair snowboard selfie

Here's Icelandic snowboarder Halldor Helgason in midair as he used the voice control on the GoPro Hero 5.

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Photo by: halldor_heglason/Instagram

Adventure dog

Bob Ward, an aspiring adventure dog photographer, captured this shot while riding his mountain bike with his dog Tula.

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Photo by: harebrainbob/Instagram

San Diego night flight

Over the skies of San Diego, Duffy Fainer used GoPro's night exposure setting to capture this awe-inspiring flight.

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Photo by: GoPro

Upside-down skydive

Here's an unbelievable upside down photo of Yann Guilloton skydiving over La Roche-sur-Yon in western France.

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Photo by: Yann Guilloton/Facebook

Catching cornice

Professional skiier Nicolas Vuignier used his GoPro to catch himself hitting the cornice in the Valais region of the Swiss Alps.

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Photo by: nicovuignier/Instagram

All of the lights

Kyle Wicks put his own spin on a GoPro photo with this illuminating shot. Wicks achieved this photo with his GoPro 4.

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Photo by: k_wicksy/Instagram

A dirty ride

This cool sand dunes shot of Ofer Yakov won GoPro's photo of the day.

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Photo by: ofer_yakov/Instagram

Cat selfie

Not all of Todd Harper's incredible GoPro photos are action shots. Here's a cat selfie of Harper's feline friend, Smokie.

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Photo by: _toddharper/Instagram

Sunday stroll in Sweden

Arnold Exconde was on a Sunday stroll when he snapped this picture of autumn in Sweden.

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Photo by: lifeofpatot/Instagram

Snowboarding burst mode

Using the Hero 5's 30/3 burst mode, Elias Elhardt captured this elaborate snowboarding sequence.

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Photo by: eliaseldhart/Instagram

A high-flying love

Floating above Mount Gaisberg near Salzburg, Austria, Paul Doppler snapped this high-flying GoPro photo.

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Photo by: paul_doppler/Instagram

Camping in Mammoth

Using the Hero 5 Raw setting, Mike Maholias shot this photo of himself trying to keep warm in Mammoth Lakes, California.

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Photo by: mikemaholias/Instagram

Pipe slide

While pulling off a pipe slide, Anton Tkachenko used his GoPro remote to take this selfie using the GoPro's 30/3 burst mode.

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Photo by: brymza/Instagram

A flight at sunset

Ramiro Bergamin shot this photo while on an epic Sunday sunset flight.

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Photo by: ramiroberga/Instagram

Flying boat

While riding an inflatable, flying boat, Julian Leon shot this photo with his GoPro in Colombia.

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Photo by: GoPro

Chasing waterfalls

Viliam Pischko was caught chasing waterfalls in this photo of the famous Seljalandsfoss of Iceland.

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Photo by: _viliam/Instagram

Hopping half-pipes

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.

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Photo by: samcornwallphoto/Instagram

Taj Mahal

Ewa Marta Rakowska took this photo of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.

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Photo by: GoPro

Hong Kong housing

Ryan Chan took this sweet picture of some Hong Kong housing.

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Photo by: channington/Instagram

Roof climbing

In Bunyola, Mallorca, Hazel Han used a GoPro to capture her climb of this stalactite in 2015.

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Photo by: hazelhan.s/Instagram

The peak

After 17,781 steps, Sarah Long celebrated from the top of Roys Peak, a mountain in New Zealand.

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Photo by: GoPro

Volvo Ocean Race

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.

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Photo by: Volvo Ocean Race/Getty Images

Deep blue sea

Here's Borja Galvan in a beautiful underwater shot.

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Photo by: borjagalvan/Instagram

The sky is on fire

Here's an exquisite view of the sky in Levi, Finland, shot by James Major.

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Photo by: ghetto_luxury/Instagram

Morning hike

During a morning hike to the Marmolada Glacier in Italy, Michiel Schrauwen stopped to take this photo of the sun rising.

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Photo by: michielschrauwen/Instagram

Summer sunsets

Using a Hero 5 GoPro, Yannick Henry took this photo of the beautiful summer sunset over the Black River in Mauritius.

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Photo by: whoisyannick/Instagram

Enjoying the view

While visiting Skopje, Macedonia, Damjan Petreski rested at a cave entrance in Matka Canyon.

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Photo by: GoPro

Surfing with kites

Paul Cameron snagged this photo by using a kite line mount while catching a wave.

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Photo by: pcamblam/Instagram

Ice climbing

Here's another GoPro photo from Sarah Murrell as she does some ice climbing in British Columbia, Canada.

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Photo by: mountaindarlin/Instagram

Hidden caves

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.

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Photo by: erubes1/Instagram

Sancti Spiritus sunset

Travel blogger Marc Baechtold took this photo of a sunset in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba. Baechtold used single-picture mode on his Hero 5.

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Photo by: marcbaechtold/Instagram

Thumbs up for snowboarding

Fabien Maierhofer gave a thumbs up as he shredded the fresh powder at Whistler Blackcomb in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Photo by: fabien_maierhofer/Instagram

Swimming with a sea turtle

Mark Fitz, a professional photographer, snagged this picture of a sea turtle near Queensland, Australia. 

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Photo by: _markfitz/Instagram

Hiking in Stoneleigh

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. 

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Photo by: alexcable28/Instagram

Chasing waterfalls

Here's Cable chilling in front of Silverband Falls, located in the Grampians National Park in Victoria, Australia. 

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Photo by: alexcable28/Instagram

Fireworks over Australia

In 2016, Cable celebrated the new year by capturing the illuminating fireworks over the Sydney Harbour in Australia. 

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Photo by: alexcable28/Instagram

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