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Old Jan 31, 2005, 11:16 PM   #1
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Here are a few shots I took on a weekend trip to Mammoth Mountain.
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Wow nice shots Board. I love # 3, i dont even know how to explain but its the transparancy level of the rooster tail just looks awesome. #4 rocks as well, great job!

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kewl! the first and third are my favorites. the first one looks really ghostly and eerie, like something from The Twilight Zone. the third one is an excellent capture of the snowboarder in action - the sense of movement and speed, even with the image frozen, is excellent. the one of just flying snow is pretty neat too, but it's hard to see what caused it... looks like the leading edge of an avalanche!
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The first one was taken at the peak of the mountain, with 50-60 mph winds and heavy snow, so the visability was extremely minimal. I had to do a lot of touching up in PS to get it to look like anything. The third and fourth shots are part of the same sequence. I was shooting in burst mode, and I told my friend to cut as hard as he could. I was completely covered by the snow right after that shot.
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whoowa......great pic's
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