Originally Posted by Phlogiston
I see people skiing with their weight evenly distributed on both skis, not dynamically shifting their weight from left to right as I do.
Any suggestions on how to learn that technique? It looks slow and stable, and I'd like to try it.
I don't think what you are seeing is what they are doing. You are probably seeing people with both their skis following parallel paths and it appears both are equally weighted, however this is not the case. The only time skis (usually) are equally weighted is at transition. After that, they are decreasing the weight on what is to be the new inside ski and increasing the weight on the new outside ski.
Drills for this could be (depending on starting skiing style and skill level):
Shuffle turns staying in dynamic balance
Shorten the going to be inside ski to initiate the turn
Lift the inside ski
Up and over
Make smiley faces with the inside ski's tip (tail is off the ground)