The #GoProSnow Challenge is back! Grab your GoPro, rally the crew, and get outside. After you capture yourself sending it, submit the best stills, raw clips, or video edits for the opportunity to get featured & get paid!
Capture rad footage of all the things you love to do.
Upload your favorite photos, raw clips and edits.
Get selected and get rewarded—social media features, GoPro gear, and cash awards are up for grabs.
100% GoPro Capture
Raw Photos + Videos
Edits with Licensed Music
Clear All Content Rights
No Crops + No Filters
Check out the radness people like you are capturing everyday.
Free licensed music.
GoPro Awards and Epidemic Sound have synced up to make this exclusive musical library available. Just select a genre, choose a bomb track and drop it in. Keep in mind that adding music to your video edit is not required—submitting your raw clips works just as well. But if you do add music, it does need to be licensed. Simple as that.
If you’re a GoPro Subscriber and are recognized with a photo or video Award between June 1 and October 1, 2023, you will receive $500 for a photo and $1,000 for a video. (Non-subscriber payouts are $250 for a photo and $500 for a video.) In order to qualify for double the payout, you must be an active Subscriber at the time of the Award and the selected footage must be featured on the @gopro global Instagram, TikTok, Facebook or YouTube channel or GoPro’s news blog, The Current.
100% GOPRO PHOTOS
For GoPro Awards, submit the unedited .jpg file shot on your GoPro. The file size needs to be greater than 1MB.
100% GOPRO RAW CLIPS
Submit the unedited raw .mp4 file shot on your GoPro. Submissions must be shot in HD or higher resolution (720p, 1080p, 1440p, 2.7K, 4K). The higher the resolution, the better.
100% GOPRO VIDEO EDITS
The best video edits invite viewers to connect with the story by connecting with one central character, or at most, a small group. Establish the story’s location early on. Then build moments of tension and action toward an apex. Add a fun, humorous, breathtaking (or curveball) conclusion. Check out the GoPro Channel to get a good feel for GoPro’s storytelling style. Every single clip within a video edit submission needs to be 100% shot on GoPro.