Learn how to get epic shots like this one of Nicolas Müller here in this step by step guide on how to shoot the perfect snowboard photos. Photo by Oli Gagnon
Kicker, dude getting wicked, landing. First rule? Check. Victor Daviet sends a back 180. Photo: Perly
If your rider is as good as Marko Grilc here, you sholud have no problem bagging a sick looking shot / Photo: Matt Georges
Peetu in one third, massive snowcats in the other and the size of the booter emphasised by the little people stood in the space. Epic composition all round. Photo: Blotto
The height on this shot of Antti Autti has been emphasised by getting nice and low and shooting with a mild fisheye lens / Photo: Sami Tuoriniemi
Markus Keller by Matt Georges
Imagine Sami Luhtanen here in all black and you’ll see how a great shot can be ruined by bad clothing colours. Photo: Samuli Ronkanen.
Kalle Ohlson by Matt Georges
With winter getting closer many of you will be looking forward to busting out your camera and snapping your buddies’ bangers. Here’s a step by step guide for all you budding sharpshooters out there from our photo editor Sami Tuoriniemi.
Sami Tuoriniemi is Onboard’s photo editor. Each year he reckons he will have looked through 20,000 photos and monthly, he has to make the call on hundreds of epic shots. In short, he has bags of experience of snowboard photography.
Here’s his quick 101 on the basics of shooting the shred. Navigate through the post by hitting left and right on your keyboard:
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