If you’re going to do something many others are already doing, you may as well be different. From high performance cameras and renowned athletes, to computer graphics and promotional efforts, Sherpas Cinema spare nothing when it comes to making their ski films extraordinary. Adding climbing legends Jimmy Chin and Conrad Anker to their tribe only stands to further enrich their quest for the high alpine terrain embodied in their namesake. The Sherpas are halfway through their latest two year project called Into the Mind. Here’s a look into the future:
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Sierra Buttes, November 26, 2012 (photo: Andrew Schnier)
Perfect, crisp fall weather will turn into a massive water event later this week. Five to ten inches of liquid is expected from Wednesday through Sunday with snow levels fluctuating between 6,000 and 8,500 feet. Though it will be very soggy in town, higher elevations could be standing at base depths of four to eight feet by next week.
This edit from the Sherpas Cinema release All. I. Can shows that it is still possible to create groundbreaking cinematography. It just takes more effort. The Sherpas are half way through their next two year project called Into the Mind.
Blower pow is not what we need right now to set up a base but it sure looks pretty. Hopefully warmer temps in the middle of the week will help consolidate the new snow before the next system rolls in towards the weekend.
Nearly two feet of extremely low moisture content snow fell in Squaw Valley over the last few days.