yeaa thats what i did just cause i shot them without a tripod and there were minor shakes just from not being able to hold my arm steady for the whole time. I tried layering them but it just turned out shitty. Another reason I didn't do it this way was the shots looking down the lip of the jump the skiers overlapped alot in layering so i had to fix that too. Next time I plan on using a tripod though.
"I am worried that my parents might realize I put weed in the oven"-HAM*
Most of them look really good so far. The 4th and 5th ones are from a really bad angle- it's hard for the eye to separate the different phases of the trick. The second to last sequence (the one on the rail) is a good angle for most of it, but you'll probably miss any trick off the end of it unless you zoomed it in.
"There are really only three things to learn in skiing: how to put on your skis, how to slide down the hill, and how to walk along the hospital corridor"- Lord Mancroft