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A close-up of "OUTCASTS: CROPPED" by David David: an ultra-high-resolution VAST photo.
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196 megapixels! A very high resolution, large format VAST photo print of a group of horses standing in a desert; fine art photograph created by David David in Dugway Valley, Utah.


Dugway Valley, Utah

Having owned horses, and ever since acquiring an expertise in the photographic discipline of Ultra High-Resolution Imagery, I’ve wanted to try my hand at photographing them in this manner. So inevitably, I found myself doing just that.

I had spent about four days searching for the Onaqui Wild Mustang Herd in the middle of nowhere Utah. While pursuing the main herd, I occasionally came across lone horses or very small groups such as the one depicted in “Outcasts”. Talking with a BLM ranger associated with managing the herd he explained that for one reason or another, typically some sort of “defect”, horses are sometimes kicked out of the main herd. Cast out, if you will.

On the fourth day I gave up on ever finding the main herd and started out of the area. But I’d stop periodically to look, just in case, scanning the surroundings with my big camera lens. During one stop I located a few horses about a mile away. My initial thought was that this was just another group of outcasts. But my second thought was, “I wonder what is just beyond those horses on the other side of that ridge?” Curiosity always wins out and off I went! As I crested the ridge, I was greeted by the entire Onaqui Wild Mustang Herd, about three hundred horses. I had found them. They were healthy and beautiful. Quite a contrast to the outcasts.

Although I photographed the main herd for about an hour, I ended up enjoying my time with the outcasts more and ultimately also the photos. There was something about the outcasts that drew me to them.

I’ve always been that way, drawn to the “outcast” that is. This probably partially explains why I founded the non-profit Outdoors for Everyone Project. Because everyone, whatever the reason for not being able to physically get to the outdoors, should still be able to reap its benefits.

Title Origin: The title “Outcasts” was the obvious choice.

Thanks ... and thanks again,

David David

Life Is An Adventure!

Date & Time2020:  
LocationDugway Valley, Utah
Coordinates40.075411, -113.042484
Focal Length400mm
Shutter Speed1/1000
Number of Exposures10
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Total Pixels196,020,000
Horizontal Pixels19,800
Vertical Pixels9,900
Aspect Ratio2 : 1
File Size1,120 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)5.5 feet
Height @ 300ppi2.75 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)11 feet
Height @ 150ppi5.5 feet

Date & Time2020:  
LocationDugway Valley, Utah
Coordinates40.075411, -113.042484
Focal Length400mm
Shutter Speed1/1000
Number of Exposures10

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