I see so many great photos throughout the season of everyone punching through the powder. With cameras getting better every year I am continually amazed by the quality of photography that I witness, especially after a powder day. Although the cameras can make it look easy, it takes a keen eye along with the knowledge of how to get the best out of the equipment that frames a shot that really stands out. Lighting, conditions, background and positioning of the camera and the subject all have a big part in that 0.1 of a second moment in time. I personally just ride with a point and shoot and hope to take enough photos that one of them may come out alright. Thanks to people like Kari Pakkanen from Finland for taking the time to learn the art.