A Guide to Shooting a Snowboard Movie

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A Guide to Shooting a Snowboard Movie

Life without Stock Photos and Photoshop would be miserable

Winter days are short, the sun won’t come up properly until eight in the morning and is going to have disappeared by four in the afternoon. Getting to the spot, setting up your equipment, testing out the features and waiting for your turn will make time fly. This means that you will have to get up early in the morning, whether you like it or not.

Been out boozing until four? Got your half-naked megababe lying next to you? Does your warm and cosy bed seem like the only place you ever wanted to be at right now? Well, you’re in for a reality check, because the filming schedule doesn’t give a shit.

You will have to drag your sad, suffering body out of bed and into the cold, harsh light of the day at an unreasonably early time anyways. Your roommates, humping partners and your bruised body will not be happy about your tired ass bumping into every obstacle of your apartment at six in the morning.


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