Inspirations: A Day in the Life of a Fire Lookout by Gary Yost


By Michele Yamazaki on Nov 28, 2012 at 11:20 AM

This one was featured at the Photoshop.com blog and it’s just beautiful. It’s filled with time-lapse and interesting shots and the editing is very rhythmic. I love the shots with the fan above the man and the sky shots at night. He mainly used Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, After Effects, Audition and Re:Vision Effects ReelSmart Motion Blur to create the video.

This one was featured at the Photoshop.com blog and it's just beautiful. It's filled with time-lapse and interesting shots and the editing is very rhythmic. I love the shots with the fan above the man and the sky shots at night. He mainly used Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, After Effects and Audition to create the video. 

Gary Yost says "For many of the time-lapse shots that were a little temporally coarse, I used a very useful plugin from RE:Vision called ReelSmart Motion Blur inside of After Effects. This allowed me to render additional motion blur, which is important since you can’t go back and recapture a sequence with different settings. For a few sequences in the lookout video, it was a lifesaver." 

Try a free demo of ReelSmart Motion Blur

A Day in the Life of a Fire Lookout. from Gary Yost on Vimeo.

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