Hi, here is a photo I snipped off a ski site just now. Can we have some pros or not so pros step in and do some MA. The intent was probably to make a great photo.
Angulated at the neck.
Visible inside ankle tipping.
Can't tell for sure because of camera angle, but inside shoulder/arm/hand appear to be behind outside half.
Snow spray visible behind the skier.
There's a second skier following quite close behind in blue pants.
Hard to tell from one photo, but here's what I see:
Personally, I don't think the alignment is good. The inside hip should be over the inside foot -- here it's lagging. There should be more inside tip lead (more open to the hill). If the intent is to carve, the outside hip needs to be further inside so that the platform angle is 90 degrees. He needs more angulation from the hip. Greater tip lead and proper alignment of the hips will put him into a position where he can angulate and edge to a (much) greater extent than he currently is.
Things to work on:
Am I close?