Oskar EnanderCameraCanon EOS-1D Mark IIILensEF70-200mm f/2.8L IS USMISO160F-Stopf 8.0Shutter Speed1/800About the shotEarly January in Engelberg is very hard for shooting. Mount Titlis casts a huge shadow over the whole area including the backcountry. You get great riding but poor light for shooting.However, it gives the opportunity to shoot on more south facing slopes that normally get way too much sun. It was one of the first days of shooting with Sverre that season so we decided to hike up this one ridge to see how the snow was. The shadows and cold temperature kept the snow good and we found this very interesting looking snow feature.the shadows were moving pretty fast and i knew we had limited time to get the shot, but everything worked out fine. Just minutes after we got the shot, the light was gone. i instantly knew it would be a good picture; the shape of the snow and the shadows made the backdrop, while Sverre’s powerful skiing made it come to life.BiographyI’m based out of Engelberg in Switzerland, but I grew up in Gothenburg on the west coast of Sweden. I started shooting professionally in 2002 when I moved to Switzerland and I’ve kept going since.The main part of my work is winter-based, however I still love the mountains in the summer. Shooting biking, hiking and trail running is something I really like.I work with numerous magazines worldwide as well as some of the main outdoor brands in the industry including Patagonia, Peak Performance, Atomic Skis, DPS Skis to name a few. Some of my career highlights have been three times Powder Magazine Photo of the Year, Red Bull Illume finalist 2010, IF3 ‘Best European Ski Photographer 2013’ and WSSF Pro Photographer Showdown finalist in 2013.