Yeah, you do look backseat in the last image, mind you, many newschool skiers use their tail for landings (they've got longer tails with center-mounted bindings, plus twintips).
You look good there, try going a bit more horizontal, you look sort of 3/4 of the way to 90 degrees.
I'll tell you what, you look a bit like your doing a tailpress there.
Also, if you want, try initiating the 90 degree spin with your upper body. As you reach the lip o the kicker/jump, just move your torso slightly from right-left/left-right (whichever you prefer). Just slightly, not too big or too much force. This is usually used in bigger spins, but it might work here.
If it doesn't work for you, nevermind then. I'm not a ski instructor, barely an advanced skier, I'm only 14, lol. I've been shredding all-mountain fore a while now, but I didn't start the park 'till sort of March, but since then I've gotten in around 30 days, improved a lot in the terrain park.
I'll admit, it was scary getting on my first rail. Try keeping a low stance. It may seem scary, but maybe try to touch your downhill leg, on the knee or below. This will stop the skis slipping out underneath you, keeping you going at the same speed. It does seem scary, but stops you leaning uphill (like a hockey stop) at which point your skis will go too fast and you wil fall backwards.
|Speed, speed, speed! The faster you approach a feature, the less time you'll actually spend on it.
Hell yeah. Boxes, not so much, I like spending my time. Rails, yes.
I love love love skiing switch really fast. I often ski down groomers switch the whole way. Soo much adrenaline lol.
BTW iskitoofast4u that thing you're on looks DOPE. I wanna hit it now lol. I saw it on some video over at NS. Are you a freestyle instructor over at Okemo? My home mountain won't invest in freestyle instructors, a lot of self teaching involved there. Also, the table-tops are ridiculous now, high knuckle which is deadly if you hit it, and too shallow landings. The terrain park was dope a couple years back, now they get dope rails and stuff but have jumps with low lips & high knuckles + too flat a landing, making it dangerous for advanceed skiers but safer for the kiddies/parents who dont ski newschool.