Factory Wall

Factory Wall

Willie, David, and I spent a few days exploring Factory Butte in Southern Utah. Its a neat area because it has the giant Factory Butte, beautiful badlands, stunning mesas and plateaus, and crazy desert landscape. Theres a lot to photograph in this area and I can see why we randomly ran into a few of our photographer friends.

On our last morning here we woke up early and traveled up a dirt road in search of a view that would look on the wall of Factory Butte. We found a set of rocks that we could climb onto that would give us a little bit of an elevated view onto the Butte.

Using the big bazooka (Sigma 150-600mm lens) I decided to shoot a large panoramic photo of Factory Butte. I couldnt quite decide which section I loved best, so I just photographed it all, stitched it in Autopano Giga, and let all the pixels do their thing. Here is a 100 megapixel crop that I loved the best, with all the lines coming down, grabbing your eye

Nikon D800 w/Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary:
250mm, f/10, 1/3 sec, ISO 320

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Aaron Meyers is a landscape and wedding photographer living in Silicon Valley, CA. His love of the outdoors makes for frequent forays into the Californian wilds, where he delights in the stunning vistas of Yosemite National Park, Lake Tahoe, Big Sur, and the Pacific Coast.

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