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Shawn Reeder’s Incredible Yosemite Range Of Light Film
OP featured Shawn Reeder and his timelapse work in 2012. Yosemite Range Of Light is an incredible timelapse project that was shot in and around Yosemite National Park. Besides the magnificent imagery, one aspect that caught my eye when I first saw it was the way Reeder shot at the edges of the day when light is changing fast. This isn’t easy with timelapse. It requires planning–what’s the correct exposure now and what will it be when you finish shooting for the clip) and there’s a lot of work in the dark. In Yosemite Range Of Light, Reeder pulls it off perfectly. Click here to see the article on Reeder and this project. Click on the thumbnail below to see the movie on Vimeo.