pussyfooterJust walk around the feature when you're setting up, try out a few different angles. I'd avoid in the face fisheye as much as possible. I looks good on some features but in reality a medium shot from bellow or above will look just as good.
DorianF270 into something skinny? nosebutter in? maybe start on the lip of the rail and ski backwards with the camera REALLY (almost touching) close to the rail (need a stabilizer or something so that the rail itself doesn't distract from the skier - gotta be smooth and the rail seems to "flow" past. make sure the rail is taking up a reasonable portion of the frame)