& # 39; GoT & # 39; Cinematography
Defends Ep. Darkness of 3 …
I promise that we are taking "Long Night" correctly!
April 30, 2010 at 1:00 PM PDT
" The game of the thrones " The battle at Winterfell has left fans cheering and complaining ̵
Fabian Wagner – who also was a cinematographer on episodes of The Tronions, such as "Hardhome" and "Battle of the Bastards" – tells TMZ, he knows that people are upset that "Long Night" looked like a TOO night and he has an explanation. .
First, Fabian believes that pixelation and dirty dark colors of admirers have seen on their TVs and mobile devices through HBO compression in the episode … to poorer visual quality. This is worse if it is viewed on a streaming service with a weak link … or in a room that is too bright.
As Wagner puts it … "[GoT] has always been very dark and very cinematic to show" and should be observed in a dark environment. Ideally, it means watching it, as in a movie – in a dark theater.
Because this is unrealistic for the "Thrones," Fabian suggests making your room look dark at home as dark as possible, avoiding the look on the phone or in
The cinema also indicates that the showwriters and director They wanted the episode to be dark. Wagner says that the battle scenes were aimed at being intense, claustrophobic, and disorienting – as if they were in real life – but not confused.
Fabian says: "We tried to give a cool episode to the viewers and fans," and he believes that they did it by adding … "I know that it was not too dark because I took it off."