From the photo it's difficult to tell how much you are or aren't angulating (bending away from the snow to keep pressure on the edge). I had always thought I was angulating until a much better carver than me said I wasn't. Even then I didn't really believe him until I saw some photos of myself later that evening.
His suggestion was to have me take the hand that was on the outside of the turn and put it on my front knee in every turn. This will help force your body into a C-shape, and it also seems to drive your weight forward and help to rotate your upper body into the direction of the turn. For me this single tip made an immediate visible improvement in my ability to get low and hold an edge on black runs as the pressure I was putting on the edge was immediately increased. I went from blowing out if I got much past where you to being able to put my hip on the snow with every turn.
I'm suggesting this because I notice that your outside hand that isn't touching the snow is just kind of hanging out to the rear where mine was in pictures of me prior to getting this particular tip. The picture in my avatar was shot before I made this change so looking at it you can see an example of where the outside hand and arm shouldn't be. While if you look at corey_dyck's avatar (post #2 in this thread) you can see his hand and arm are down and forward and he could easily put his hand on his knee.
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