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Transfer Issue 08 Photo Book

Magazine: Transfer Snowboard Magazine
Issue: 08 (Photo Book)
Published: 07/2011
Category: Snowboard Magazine

Transfer's annual hardcover Photo Book, with Ryan Tiene on the cover. It is the first issue to contain 150 pages of snowboarding goodness, where every single photo was taken in Australia and New Zealand. Hardcover to hardcover, it is a glossy documentary of the bets shots you'll see this year. Check out the interview with cover rider Ryan Tiene as we reveal the cover to him over Skype, Ryan also goes on to talk about his injuries, the session that bagged him the cover and he weighs up snowboard movies parts against webisodes and blogs.

Photos of the Year
As a photo book this is what it is all about, isn't it? We have kept a sacred stash of the best images to land at Transfer over the past year, and painstakingly narrowed them down to the cream of the crop. Every photo is from the 2010 winter in Australia and New Zealand. Each one of these eighteen photos is run as a full double page. Each one screams 'down under snowboarding'. Want to see what our shredding can produce?

The Transfer Photo Battle: Australia Vs New Zealand
Last winter, Transfer organized the inaugural Transfer Photo Battle. Two teams, one from either side of the Tasman, strived for the glory of their nation. Each team had free reign over a resort (Perisher Vs Snow Park), who helped by building custom features for the photo shoots. Best photo essay wins. And who won? That is for you to decide. Check out the videos from each country, and vote for who you like here.

Flying Fox
Transfer senior photographer Vaughan Brookfield accompanied Nick Hyne, Stef Zeestraten and Nick Brown for a three-day adventure to shred New Zealand's Fox Glacier.

High on Hotham
Two entirely different experiences at Australia's premiere freeride destination. In one, Ryan Tiene, Jye Kearney and Clint Allan live large for a week. In the other, Jon Jensen, Kieran McLaughlin and Jake McBride struggle to ride Mt Feathertop, Australia's gnarliest peak.


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