The photo of Ted above, there is counter balancing happening. Look at the angle of his torso relative to the angle of his outside ski. That is counter balancing. I feel pretty certain he is balanced well on the outside ski
The photo of the hip dumper is interesting, yes he is angulated quite a lot, but its quite obvious he is also way inside, ie...not truly counter balanced. So he gets a fail in my book for counter balance. Aman pointed out the lack of inside foot tipping. Yep, big time. Ineffective counter balancing and ineffective foot tipping go hand in hand.
TE, angulation does not always equate to effective counter balancing. Even if you see an angulated pose in a photograph, that does not mean the skier is in balance.
Furthermore, what we are talking about is not a pose at all, its a movement and this is a very important point. If you moving into a position of angulation, by moving the upper half of the body up/out..then you are counter balancing (verb) yourself. if you are moving into a position of angulation by dumping your hip inside, then you are creating both an angulation pose as well as falling inside at the same time, with the balance being too far inside and not counter balanced. This is extremely important distinction.
The act of counter balancing does not have to mean some extreme angulated pose, it might be a lot, it might be a little, but what matters is that you are both in balance and moving in the right direction to remain in balance as the turn progresses.