taken at a railjam before my mountain opened.
There might be more depending on whether i get to go skiing this weekend but my mountain has already closed.
I'm going to try this stuff out next time i can get to a mountain. I actually wasn't using a flash, but i do have one and a tripod. I definitely think that i could work on composition but i haven't had time to scope out the best spots to take photos, and most of these were just snapshots because skiiers are too impatient to wait for me to find a good spot.
I understand the golden light thing because there isnt really that much that makes my photos stand out, and i think that taking photos at sunset would be super cool. The only problem is that the sun sets on the wrong side of the mountain for me to take the best photos. With the rail jam, i'm going back a ton this summer, so i'll bring my tripod along for once and try to take photos with better composition. I think that the photos will be better because it will be summer with more light and i got a new lense after the rail jam season ended which will be alot better for the rail jam.