Abe Kislevitz knows his way around a GoPro. Which makes sense considering that he's worked there for years. Many of your favorite GoPro promotional videos and ads are likely in some way his handiwork, particularly those that involve skiing. Some might even say that he is partially responsible for the GoPros attached to an estimated 40% of the world's intermediate-advanced skiers.
While most of us buying GoPros will never end up in an official edit or highlight reel, it's hard to deny that Abe makes it look easy. "I could make videos like that with the new GoPro," one can't help but think. However, the magic isn't in the skiing. It's in the editing. Not that he isn't a great skier—he is. But as anyone who has ever used a GoPro knows, raw clips just don't look that good. Nothing against the countless edits consisting of mostly headcam shots with a few iPhone clips mixed in for good measure, but there's a reason Abe gets paid to do this.