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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by darb2
    Hey y'all

    Glad you liked my night photos and pow pics .. .couldnt have done it without a good subject in ski beaver though [Smile]

    I might end up selling some, once i get back home and get my shit together, if anyones up for purchaes i may refer back to this thread.

    Cheers,

    brad.
    First post = spam?



    There are a TON of great ski photographers on this site, not selling anything. Just sharing.

  2. #52
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    soz mate, wasnt meaning to try and spam or sell.

    Just meant if i get home and people want big wall prints done or something i could hook that up. I didnt mean electronically at all, forum fodder is allways freeware no matter what !!!

    Kinda off topic anyway ... wasnt meaning to spam, was just passing in comment as a few have said should sell to magazines or prints or whatever. Im only amateur, jsut popping in to say gday

    Ill erase the comment if need be, i have no commercial intent here. And im hardly a sports photographer, just a hobbyist, and rather bad skier !
    Last edited by darb; 02-06-2006 at 03:59 AM.

  3. #53
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    again darb dont worry just let it slide you do alot for people by providing a site to host free pics.

    Beaver id really like to see you come here next year and ski some decent terrain. Ill offer you the same deal I did to Janus, you come here and ill show you dream lines.

    Janus will be here next week and we will start flimming drop lines and posting them up for all to see and drool.

    I did some photo shoots this week but most of the photos are for sale so I dont even have access to them. The night shots are very good the powder shots are very good just not exciting for me.

    The photogragher powdapig getting a chance to show off.
    Freaking ripping skier really.

  4. #54
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    num numsssss. Mummma

  5. #55
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    I guess the SUMOs(!!!) would be the right weapons for those trees/bushes.

    Simply jealous here.

  6. #56
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    sumos nah I use spats or jaks mostly.
    great day the other day, my client wanted to learn trees
    and powder so we just hit all the mellow faces i could fnd
    and then hit some trees. never crossed a track once.


    I like that pic although I dont like the terrain Im in

  7. #57
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    looks good enough for me!

  8. #58
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    if you are look to sell pics id sell to the resort if you could.
    ill give you a link to a photo forum later

  9. #59
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    fattwins, did jeremy get caught in a slide yet?
    "People think complaining about conditions makes them sound discerning, like giving nitpick notes on a fine dining experience. In reality it's just like saying "i'm a shitty cook." -MildBill

    Liquor.com

  10. #60
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    not yet that I know of why?
    He has come along well and is sking
    pretty good and very responsible.
    Might get to go out with him on saturday
    as well, is this his bro

  11. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raps
    wow, those shots are amazing - that D70 can take some damn crisp shots......

    and as others asked before, what is the language barrier over there - is it rare that there is that much snow - how do we book a trip there? etc......looks great and wow there is a lot of snow in that town.......
    Tippster, no worries mate, I was bein a smart@ss myself - like you said, those are some fcukin epic powder shots which is what Niseko is known for.

    Raps, you dont need Japanese language ability though a few expressions help and can reduce headaches. Japanese are really friendly and go outta their way to help peeps. The powder there in Niseko is always like that. Same for Hakuba in Nagano (which had the 1998 winter olympics), Niigata and other areas in Tohoku.

    If peeps want more info PM.

    Id love a pair of those Sumos myself and Fattwins is ridin some Spats now Want something bigger myself
    パウダーバカ!!

  12. #62
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    Its all coming together for you now cb its all coming together

  13. #63
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    hi. i'd just like to say that this thread is off the sickter. thank you and good night.

  14. #64
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    Avoid employing unlucky people - throw half of the pile of resume's in the bin without reading them.

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    Thumbs up



    This is my favourite picture I've seen on TGR for a very long time.

  16. #66
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    it almost looks painted

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    Reminds me of Close Encounters.

  18. #68
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    Thanks for the inspiration to ski in Japan now.....I think you owe me plane fare and accomodations.
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  19. #69
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    Japan gets alot of snow in a short time period

  20. #70
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    Japan is definitely on my list of places to ski.... and thanks for the wallpaper!

  21. #71
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    those pictures are amazing, really makes me want to go skiing there

  22. #72
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    2 foot of fresh snow today, untracked from first to last runs.

    I cannot remember a turn that wasnt bottomless or that didnt shoot snow straight up into your face and right over your head and shoulders.

    Today will be one of those days I will never forget.

    Although for the most part we were filming today, we did manage a couple of digi cam shots. Enjoy!

    I will be back home on the beaches in 2 days - looking forward to it.





    Avoid employing unlucky people - throw half of the pile of resume's in the bin without reading them.

  23. #73
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski Beaver
    I cannot remember a turn that wasnt bottomless or that didnt shoot snow straight up into your face and right over your head and shoulders.
    I think I hate you

    Hate and love is very close, and in between them you will find envy!

    All work and no play, ... you know...

  24. #74
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    That first video...HOLY SHIT IM FLOOOOOAAATIIIINNNNNNG.
    Live To Ski!

  25. #75
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    Must go to Japan.. Check, got it. Holy Shit, I just read this and am now done with Utah powder. Incredible!!! Like Blurred said, you owe me a plane ticket bitch.
    Samuel L. Jackson as Jules Winnfield: Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?

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