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Overhead Cams

THESE DAYS YOU’RE NAKED WITHOUT YOUR POV. by John Schwirtlich in Spring 2012 issue There’s only one way to describe shooting with a waterproof POV or helmet camera: fun and productive. For almost 10 years I’ve been staff photographer/videographer at the powder mecca of Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing, in Blue River, B.C. I record skiers’ powder fantasies coming true … More »

40th Anniversary

Guest Photo Editor – Henry Georgi Crosshairs Gallery Shooting skiers and publishing ski photos worldwide for almost 30 years, Ontario-native Henry Georgi is Ski Canada’s Guest Photo Editor for our anniversary issue. He moved to Fernie, B.C., decades ago after first sowing his ski seeds in the Alps, where he still has time to visit and photograph. Georgi has seen the scene change artistically, technically, … More »

Honest, it’s way steeper than it looks

FT4

  from Spring 2011 issue As inspiring as ski photography in magazines can be, it can also be incredibly frustrating to the layman with a camera who just wants a good shot of himself or his buddy on some steep pitch somewhere. I’ve cheated by simply tilting my camera off the horizon, but the shots … More »

Martin Soderqvist

from Fall 2010 issue Martin Söderqvist keeps his advice to amateur ski photographers short and simple. Before you push the shutter release: • Check the horizon line —and keep it horizontal. • If you’re not using a good autofocus, make sure you’ve focused on the exact spot where your skier is turning or jumping. Toss … More »

Overhead Cams

THESE DAYS YOU’RE NAKED WITHOUT YOUR POV. by John Schwirtlich in Spring 2012 issue There’s only one way to describe shooting with a waterproof POV or helmet camera: fun and productive. For almost 10 years I’ve been staff photographer/videographer at the powder mecca of Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing, in Blue River, B.C. I record skiers’ powder fantasies coming true … More »

40th Anniversary

Guest Photo Editor – Henry Georgi Crosshairs Gallery Shooting skiers and publishing ski photos worldwide for almost 30 years, Ontario-native Henry Georgi is Ski Canada’s Guest Photo Editor for our anniversary issue. He moved to Fernie, B.C., decades ago after first sowing his ski seeds in the Alps, where he still has time to visit and photograph. Georgi has seen the scene change artistically, technically, … More »

Honest, it’s way steeper than it looks

FT4

  from Spring 2011 issue As inspiring as ski photography in magazines can be, it can also be incredibly frustrating to the layman with a camera who just wants a good shot of himself or his buddy on some steep pitch somewhere. I’ve cheated by simply tilting my camera off the horizon, but the shots … More »

Martin Soderqvist

from Fall 2010 issue Martin Söderqvist keeps his advice to amateur ski photographers short and simple. Before you push the shutter release: • Check the horizon line —and keep it horizontal. • If you’re not using a good autofocus, make sure you’ve focused on the exact spot where your skier is turning or jumping. Toss … More »

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