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Perfect shot composure, as you can see takeoff and landing. Also nice "rule of thirds" Cool DOF (depth of field) shots with the foreground elements.

Wicked style on the 1st air.
 

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yeh, first shot is frikkn superb, the shot and the method, sunnier day that shot would be magazine worthy

not the last for sure, but this is a shot from a post-season hike of the mountain last Sunday, NoName (is the name of the run), normally this is one of the gnarlier bump runs of the resort, never seen it like ths before, ~6" of windpacked pow, fast and fun, thats my track at pic left, was gonna bomb it, but after all the hiking i wanted some turns, haha



getting there, thats NoName on the ridge at left

 

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Wow, that first pic is amazing!

Very last shot of the season, after a full day riding sidecountry, heading home as fast as possible. Typical track of hubby (he's not on the pic, till I finally got my mobile out to take the pic he was vanished ;))
 

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ooh la la. That first picture is very seductive looking.
Thank you! I was stoked when I got it especially becase it was right after my strobe decided to stop firing...

Perfect shot composure, as you can see takeoff and landing. Also nice "rule of thirds" Cool DOF (depth of field) shots with the foreground elements.

Wicked style on the 1st air.
Thank you very much. I've learned a lot this year from a friend/photographer from Windells. Check out his site, its full of crazy shots.
Erik Hoffman Photo

And yeah, I've never seen anyone tweak a method as much as him on a jump like that. It makes it even more gnaryl when you realize he's 14.

yeh, first shot is frikkn superb, the shot and the method, sunnier day that shot would be magazine worthy

not the last for sure, but this is a shot from a post-season hike of the mountain last Sunday, NoName (is the name of the run), normally this is one of the gnarlier bump runs of the resort, never seen it like ths before, ~6" of windpacked pow, fast and fun, thats my track at pic left, was gonna bomb it, but after all the hiking i wanted some turns, haha

getting there, thats NoName on the ridge at left
Thank you for the kind words!
What mountain is that? It looks awesome! The name of the run is funny, I'm making a full length movie called Noname hahaha


Wow, that first pic is amazing!

Very last shot of the season, after a full day riding sidecountry, heading home as fast as possible. Typical track of hubby (he's not on the pic, till I finally got my mobile out to take the pic he was vanished ;))
Thanks! hahaha with how fun that run looks I'd have ridden away too!
 

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What mountain is that? It looks awesome!
the backside of Whitefish Mtn Resort, MT

looking down NoName...if ida known that windlip was there ida hit it faster!



below that, in those woods at skiers rt is lower Haskills:

before



after...touched off a 4-5" thick slab in that lil chute, no danger but it did blow past me movin pretty good and go about 200yards down in to woods..

 
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