Chip Kalback is an up and coming photographer in the ski and snowboard industry. Even if you haven’t heard of him before but you will in the future. He has a great shooting style and always keeps things fresh. Plus he’s always a pleasure to talk to. Where do you reside? Denver, Colorado Where do [...]
Monthly Archives: January 2010
Snowbird Mountain February 4th-7th (800) 453-3000 info(at)scottmarkewitz.com Scottmarkewitz.com Workshop Includes Three days of instruction on the mountain shooting Professional Skiers/Snowboarders Classroom instruction Three nights at the Cliff Lodge Lift tickets Early Trams and breakfast!
If you’ve ever watched a Traveling Circus Episode, you know who Shane McFalls is. He is originally from Central New York. I first heard of him when I Hate NY put out Bogart. It was one of the first am movies I ever bought and I still watch it a couple times a year. In [...]
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This tool is incredibly helpful for photographers. You can use it to show others how you’ve set up your lights. It has flashes, stands, umbrellas, backdrops, strobes, triggers, cameras, pretty much anything you can possibly need.
Matt Jeronimo is one of my favorite amateur photographers. He is an inspiration to me and should be yours as well. If you’re from NS, you’ve probably seen his work in the top rated or around the forums. He’s a mod by the name of freezed. Where do you reside? Vancouver, BC Where do you [...]
I finally took the plunge and bought myself a new backpack to ski with. I previously owned a Dakine Sequence and although it was a great bag, it wasn’t perfect for what I wanted. I talked to numerous people before ordering the bag. Everyone has loved them so far. I went for the Tilopa because [...]
Keeping your equipment clean and working is essential if you want to continue to shoot. Because we’re always in colder temperatures we face another problem that most people don’t even know about. Condensation and what happens when it freezes. Condensation from going from cold to warm is one of the worst things for your camera [...]
Please read Part 1 on Equipment before continuing. Shooting in snow is challenging to say the least. It makes batteries die, lenses fog and cameras angry. It also gives you thousands of new options to work with. To name a few; Riders dressed like skittle bags, popcorn effect, never ending formations of snow, urban adventures, [...]
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