Spring Photo Contest

Send in your best spring skiing photos, win a HD Drift POV Camera.
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Spring skiing means long days, less clothes, and more ridiculousness. And we want to see all of it. Submit your best spring skiing shots starting now until April 15th. Then, we’ll post the images and let the public vote on their favorite photos. We want to see your most epic pond skims, best gaper outfits, and, of course, spring powder skiing.

The photographer behind the best shot (yes, that could be you) will win a free Drift HD170 Stealth POV Camera, so you can capture even more of your spring parties and pow.

You can’t win if you don’t enter, so submit your shots to photocontest@skiingmag.com before April 15th. Then, check back on April 18th when we’ll open up the first round of voting. The top photos will make it to the final round of voting, beginning April 25 which will determine the best image. We’ll announce the winner May 2nd.

Click here for official rules and info.

About the Drift HD170 Stealth POV Camera: The NEW Drift HD170 Stealth action camera is arguably the most feature-rich hands-free video camera on the market. It's loaded with juicy options that many of its high definition predecessors lack, like an LCD screen for lining up the perfect shot and an RF remote to shoot shorter clips, saving precious storage space, batteries and edit time. In fact, Drift Innovations created the world's first full HD wearable action camera with integrated LCD screen and wireless remote control. IT has, wireless remote control, integrated LCD screen, 170 degree field of view, Rotating lens, External mic, 1/4" 20 thread and easy to use menu. Extended life battery is an accessory, but it can nearly double the recording time in colder temperatures.

It can be all yours. All you have to do is enter.


Spring Photo Contest: Official Rules

The rules of the spring photo contest.

Sarah Allen

Best Spring Skiing Photos

You've rated the best bikinis and big airs, and these are your ten favorite spring skiing photos. Vote again for number one. Winner gets a Drift HD170 Stealth POV camera.

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Powder Photo Contest Winner

You've voted and we've got a winner. Here's the winning photo.

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Powder Photo Contest: Round Two

You've narrowed it down to your 15 favorite powder photos. Vote again for your favorite shot.

“The fog appeared from nowhere, rising from below. Seconds before whiteout, I got this picture. Only one frame that day but still one of my favorites.”   —Jesper Molin See more at— http://www.jespermolin.se/Vote for this image as your favorite photo.  

Best Photo of the Year

To make pure alcohol, start with a batch of raw ingredients. Distill it, and you’ll get a more refined batch. This is how we compiled this best-of-the-year photo gallery. We started with thousands of images. Gradually we selected the shots that illustrate skiing and photography in new and different ways, along with an explanation from each photographer. Please enjoy responsibly. Then we asked you, our readers, to vote for your favorite image. Introducing the Readers' Choice award for Best Photo of the Year.

Carston Oliver at Mt. Baker, Washington, by Grant Gunderson.

Best Photos of the Year

Check out the Best Photos of the Year gallery from our December 2009 issue in a lovely-to-look-at video slideshow. Also, click to vote for your favorite image—where the readers' choice award photographer will win $500.

This is the shot that you picked.  Congrats, Steve. Flip through the rest of the pictures to see what you missed.

Best Spring Skiing Photo

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. Here's the reader-picked best spring skiing photo along with the rest that were up for voting.

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