Point of Where: Fabio Studer's new angle on skiing

Point of Where: Fabio Studer's new angle on skiing


Point of Where: Fabio Studer's new angle on skiing

Before Fabio began his competition season and got 3rd in the Freeride World Tour overall ranking, he was off for some other endeavors in Austria and in Canada, BC. A while ago, he and his friend Daniel were thinking: Wouldn’t it be cool to see different filming angles in backcountry skiing? No normal angle from far away, no Point of View, no selfie, something different. Angles that you can only film by being on skis, mainly skiing the same spot. The idea was there, and after Fabio landed on Daniel’s head in their first try in the terrain park, they knew they needed a good plan to make this work. But as well they saw that the footage was something different.

They wanted to capture unprecedented angles of backcountry skiing. Point Of Where.

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