Posts Tagged: photography

Wanna Be a Snowboard Photographer?

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Abby Stanford, who we profiled last season, is looking for a photography intern. Here’s the job description… Looking for a photography intern for the 2014 season! Must love to ride pow – back country experience is an asset. Located in Whitefish Montana. Is paid (commission based) and runs from Mid Jan – April 1st. For

Photographer Abby Stanford Gets Paid to Ride Pow

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You may think becoming a professional snowboarder is the only way to get paid to ride the backcountry, but Abby Stanford is living the dream with her camera in tow. As the photographer for snowcat operation Great Northern Powder Guides in Whitefish, Montana, Abby makes her living riding some of the most beautiful backcountry in North

Snowboarding Photography Intern Wanted

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Want to be a snowboarding photographer? Abby Stanford is looking for an intern to work with her in Montana this winter and you’ll even get paid. Check out the job posting below for details. She’s on a deadline so get in touch with her right away if you’re interested! Internship: Skiing or Snowboarding Photographer Looking

DC skate photographer Mike Blabac exhibition coming to London to mark book launch

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Legendary skate photographer Mike Blabac has released his first book "Blabac Photo – The Art of Skateboarding Photography" which documents 20 years of skateboarding history.
 
There are 224 pages of stunning images in a big, cloth-bound book. Blabac has been DC’s skate photographer for 10 years and has documented some historic skate monents including Danny Way’s jump over the Great Wall of China. 
 
“In my opinion, Mike has shot some of the most memorable photos in skateboarding, and he has played an integral part in shaping the look of DC,” says Ken Block, Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of DC.

ID prints launch online snowboard photography store

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You can now buy prints of snowboard photography by some of the world’s best photographers.
 
ID Prints sells surf, skate and snow shots from veteran snappers including Cole Barash and Dean Blotto Gray.
 
"Our photographers have dedicated their lives to documenting the sports we love," they say.

Get to Know Photographer Jess Mooney

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There aren’t a lot of women photographers in the snowboarding industry but Aussie photographer Jess Mooney has made a name for herself.  She’s the subject of Yobeat’s latest Hump Day Interview; learn more about how Jess got her start, see some great photos, and read her tips for people who want to get into photography.

http://www.yobeat.com/2009/03/jess-mooney-finds-the-softer-side-of-hump-day/

Get Better Snow Photos

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The New York Times has 5 tips for taking snowboard (and ski) photos that you might find useful. They’ve got stuff for you whether you use a SLR or a point and shoot.

http://gadgetwise.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/17/5-ways-to-take-great-ski-snowboard-photos/?ref=technology

After you take some amazing photos come back and post them in your Powderrrom photo album!