First Rule of Snowboard Photography

Shooting tips from Onboard’s Photo Editor Sami Tuoriniemi

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Kicker, dude getting wicked, landing. First rule? Check. Victor Daviet sends a back 180. Photo: Perly

You need points of reference: the shot must give you some kind of idea about what’s going on, where the rider’s come from and where he’s going. There’s nothing worse than the ‘guy in the sky’ shot that mainstream people think is so rad. However, on very rare occasions you can break this rule.

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