Well this picture was actually taken 3 years ago at Alta. It's on a blue run so it's not very steep, it was snowing so it was fresh cover.
1 & 2- Don't remember since it was 3 years ago as I said. I don't necessarily ski with a certain turn radius in mind on a run like this since it's very easy for me. I ski something like this just very naturally without thinking about that kind of thing, turning as I please. These were definitely longer carved turns though
3. In regards to transition, while I can't be positive, by looking at it and knowing my style I'm probably in the middle of my turn but probably towards the end of the middle, if you know what I mean
7. I want to say I planned on transitioning smoothly on this particular slope and turn.
1. Definitely trying to make a carved turn as it was not a steep trail where I would need to scrub speed or anything like that.
2. The reason there is no trails behind me are 1 because this isn't a very good camera and 2 like I said it was snowing so that may have something to do with that.
When you wrote "phat skis," are you referring to the waist of my skis being fat? These were not necessarily fat skis however the tails and tips were decently wide. I'm not sure what you mean by aft position, could you explain what that means? When you say I have no angulation could you explain what that is, what you're looking at in the picture that tells you that and what I should do to fix that?
Keep it coming with what you see guys I really appreciate it! If you could also include how to fix what you see, that'd be very helpful and appreciated. Thanks again!