Friday, January 9, 2015

Expert Tips for Taking Ski and Snowboard Photos

After a calm end to 2014, the new year has blasted in all barrels blazing.  When it isn't snowing, a strong westerly wind has blown all of the new fluffy stuff around, making for interesting driving in this area.

It is cold, slippery and blustery, the perfect storm of miserable conditions.  For a good majority of folks it's a wonderful excuse to hibernate. The more it snows, the greater the reason to stay indoors. 

Then there are the others. The more snow the better for them as they take to hills, slopes and trails for winter fun. They feel no cold as they toboggan, they ski, they snowmobile, making me and my kind look just a little lazy and dull. 

Not that I care. Just being honest.

There are those too though, who might not participate in the full-on energy of winter sports, a passion for photography has them braving the elements to capture the excitement in pictures. What it takes to freeze the speed of a snowboarder or skier, to cope with the conditions and get that perfect action shot can be found in these expert tips:

How to Take Great Skiiing and Snowboarding Photos

Ski Photography Pictures

Take Great Ski and Snowboard Pictures

Winter Sports Photography
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