Tag: utah

  • American Southwest Landscapes in Turquoise XR

    written by austex on 2015-06-09 #gear
    American Southwest Landscapes in Turquoise XR

    How do you bring a fresh perspective to a landscape that has been photographed from every possible angle? Using a brand-new film, of course! With this goal in mind, I loaded some LomoChrome Turquoise XR into my Nikon 35Ti and went on a major trip across southern Utah and northern Arizona.

  • Amazing Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon

    written by ak47lomogurl on 2010-03-19 #places
    Amazing Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon

    Bryce Canyon is a small national park found in Utah. Its not exactly a canyon, but it consists of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters with different beautiful colors and bizarre shapes such as a "hoodoo."

  • Canyonlands National Park

    written by day3hugger on 2009-11-27 #places
    Canyonlands National Park

    An amazing park with 4 different districts. If you plan to visit keep in mind that you may want to stay here forever!

  • Temple Square

    written by graycard on 2009-09-16 #places
    Temple Square

    Located in downtown Salt Lake City, Temple Square is a 10 acre complex owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints otherwise known as the Mormons or LDS Church.

  • The Wave

    written by slushy on 2010-07-27 #places
    The Wave

    This little photographic jewel is a bumpy drive and a long, hot hike in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, near the border of Arizona and Utah. You can only get in by winning one of the twenty daily permits by lottery, but it will please the hell out of the inner workings of your cameras.

  • The Petroglyphs of Parowan Gap

    written by emperornorton on 2011-11-21 #places
    The Petroglyphs of Parowan Gap

    Are petroglyphs meant to be religious figures, historical records, astronomical calendars, or graffiti? The rock art of Utah's Parowan Gap appears to be all four.

  • The Deserted Old Town of Bryce

    written by ak47lomogurl on 2010-05-26 #places
    The Deserted Old Town of Bryce

    The deserted old town within the small town in Bryce, Utah! It could have been mistaken as a ghost town if it weren't for the live horses and the "closed" signs on the shops! :)

  • Put your 3D Glasses on for a Walk on the Moon with Kate Bellm!

    written by zonderbar on 2013-11-27 #people
    Put your 3D Glasses on for a Walk on the Moon with Kate Bellm!

    If you give a Lomography camera to Kate Bellm you can be sure that she will make something extraordinary out of it. With 3 different cameras around her neck, she started a tour to the Moab Desert in Utah and came back with an explosive and colourful series which will now be exhibited at the new Lomography Store in Berlin. Are you ready for a walk on the moon?

  • Arches National Park (Crazy Rock Formations Everywhere You Look!)

    written by day3hugger on 2009-07-07 #places
    Arches National Park (Crazy Rock Formations Everywhere You Look!)

    I only stayed there for 1 day, but I wouldn’t have minded being there for a couple more days. It is a curious and fascinating place to visit and ponder about how these interesting rock formations were created.

  • Top of the Stairs

    written by lamia on 2008-04-27 #places
    Top of the Stairs

    The top of the stairs directly south of Brigham Young University campus in Provo, UT. If you're in Provo, then it's easy to find BYU campus, just ask anyone. Go to the very south end and there are around 80 steps that lead to the street below. From right here at the top of these stairs are tons of amazing things to shoot! 1) the stairs themselves 2) if you're looking down the stairs and then you turn to your left, there is a great view of the Rocky Mountains 3) to your right is a pretty path that just continues downhill 4&5) straight above you is a guaranteed awesome shot of the sky because the sky in Utah is huge and full of fluffy clouds 6) go down a few steps and take a shot of the street in front-it's pretty in late afternoon with tons of shadows across the street. Any season is good to come: snowy winter, autumn with colorful leaves, sunny days all offer you cool photos. Don't walk around here at night though-it's dangerous and there's nothing to shoot!