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Gary Orona’s Savage Territory Gallery Opening in Green River, Utah

Amazing, Majestic and Mesmerizing! The Savage Territory Gallery Opening in Green River, Utah! Gary Orona is proud to announce the opening of his fine art photography gallery in Green River, Utah! It was destined to happen in a land of such wonder and sublime beauty, Green River is the secret jewel of the Colorado Plateau [...]

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NEW RELEASE: Vampire Skull in Savage Territory

I Finally Found the Vampire Skull in Savage Territory! I’ve been hauling this vampire skull around in my secondary backpack for a few weeks now and yesterday I finally found the perfect setting for a very large panoramic photograph. I was searching for an almost other-worldly setting in the canyon landscapes of Southeastern Utah near [...]

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What to Do When You Find a Skull in Savage Territory

How I Worked Out the Problem of Bighorn Skull Canyon When wandering around a primal landscape far off the beaten trails you may just find a mountain lion kill site complete with bighorn sheep skull, spinal column and an entire leg bone assembly. The question is: what to do? In this short video I explain [...]

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The Super Cool Wild Burro Tree and an Encounter with Gun Toting Lads

Why Revisiting Your Favorite Photo Locations is a Good Idea I visit my favorite locations often for several reasons. In this video I’m out at the Wild Burro Tree in the Mojave Desert and I chat up how I scout some of my favorite places. I also had an interesting interaction with a few kids [...]

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The Wilderness Setup for Candy Chose the Most Amazing Spot Photograph

Gary Orona Explains How He Produces an Ultra Limited Edition Fine Art Photographic Masterpiece On location with Gary Orona as he produced the work Candy Chose the Most Amazing Place an ultra limted edition fine art photograph work now available at www.SavageTerritory.com

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Turn Around There’s a Goblin Behind You!

Watch Your Back for Amazing Landscape Photography When I’m trekking out in wild landscapes I watch my back very frequently. You never know what might sneak up on you. No I’m not talking about mountain lions although I’ve run across fresh cat scat so many times it has crept into my constant awareness! What I’m [...]

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Muscle Memory Applied to Cinematography and Photography

The Photo Shoots Itself: Zen and the Art of Focal Lengths In physical fitness excellence comes from repetition and the concept of muscle memory. Your muscles remember stress and they build on it. The same principles apply to your creative muscles. This shot is all about the focal length of the lens. So here’s the [...]

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Kill Your TV and Take a Trip Into Savage Territory

Blood, Sweat and Tears vs. Comfortable Desperation These don’t come easily. Take a look at the landscape behind “The Sublime Branch of Dinosaur Point”. It’s vast and those mountains in the background (the La Sals) are about 50 miles away. This small area of badlands and canyonlands is about 30×60 miles so that’s 1,800 square [...]

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