This sequence appeared in an article that I did for SBC Skier Magazine this past February.  It was shot with Sammy Carlson in Whistler last winter.  We’d been looking for a spot to build some consecutive jumps for a few weeks and when the opportunity finally presented itself we only had a few minutes of light left in the day.  As you can see in the image there is no direct light left!  The sun had just settled behind the mountains and time was running out.  This was Sammy’s first hit on the jumps and YES this was all shot in one go.  I put the Canon 1dMK4 on JPEG mode to get more shots before the buffer filled up and I literally just let it rip!  There was just enough shots in the buffer though.  This was shot with the Canon 70-300 L IS lens that I used so much last winter with great success.


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