Adventuring on my own for some landscape photography was a blast. I decided to go to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah while my husband and I visited family in Bountiful for the weekend. I had never been before, but it made for some great landscape photography, even despite the wind and the cold.

For each of the images, I did a lot in camera raw. I merged each of the images which created more depth. Below you’ll also see that I used camera raw to make a panorama. The merging tool in camera raw is super helpful for merging bracketed landscape photography.

Salt Flats Landscape Photography

I really enjoyed editing these Salt Flat landscape photography images because I decided to go with lighter pinks and purples. That’s not exactly what the sunset looked like in each of the images, but it’s the vibe I was going for and I honestly really love them.

If you’re planning on taking the Salt Flats adventure. I recommend using google maps instead of apple maps because apple maps will lead you on an adventure that takes twice as long. Still beautiful landscape photography nontheless.

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of salt flats landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

 

Rexburg Landscape photography

For this image, I stayed in Rexburg. This is what my husband and I call our “swimming hole.” During the summer in Rexburg, this is where Nate and I love to explore and swim around. It’s always an adventure when we go, and it turns out that on my own adventure it makes for some beautiful winter landscape photography as well.

image of Rexburg landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones

image of Rexburg landscape photography by Merritt J. Jones