Game of Thrones Fans Complain About Battle of Winterfells Dark Cinematography

Game of Thrones Fans Complain About Battle of Winterfells Dark Cinematography


Game of Thrones Fans Complain About Battle of Winterfells Dark Cinematography The much anticipated third episode of final season aired Sunday night, titled The Long Night. And boy, was that an apt call. Almost as soon as the episode kicked off at 9 p.m. ET, the Internet was flooded with tweets about the lighting of the show, with complaints that it was so dark that viewers had difficulty discerning what was happening. You see them now?! Leslie Jones tweeted, with a video of some fire that helped light up the screen. How do you switch this show from night mode? queried Desus Nice of Desus and Mero.  how do u switch this show from night mode Tonights recap by Han Solo, tweeted the NYTs Dave Itzkoff, alongside a gif of Solo saying, I think my eyes are getting better. Instead of a big dark blur, I see a big light blur.  tonights recap by Han Solo Itzkoff also tweeted, earlier in the evening, Just an incredible episode so far, alongside a black square.  just an incredible episode so far Saeed Jones had a witty take: Ive decided to forgive the Red Witch because without her, we wouldnt be able to see what is happening during this episode.  Okay, Ive decided to forgive the Red Witch because without her, we wouldnt be able to see what is happening during this episode. Woo! excited to see what percentage of I can understand from the murky depths of my TV and read about the rest in a recap later, wrote Vultures Jackson McHenry.  woo! excited to see what percentage of Game of Thrones I can understand from the murky depths of my TV and read about the rest in a recap later This battle is fun but also totally visually incomprehensible, tweeted Polygons Karen Han.  this battle is fun but also totally visually incomprehensible did HBO call this the largest battle in cinematic history knowing we wouldnt be able to see it if that claim was true? asked The Verge managing editor TC Sottek. did HBO call this the largest battle in cinematic history knowing we wouldnt be able to see if that claim was true See more tweets below.  there is no grittier realism than a poorly lit death battle of Winterfell is a great reminder that despite peak tv FEELING like a movie, a whole lotta people watch this stuff in ambient light WHAT IS GOING ON!?? Live footage of the Battle of Winterfell Does anyone think naturalistic night cinematography is a good thing? I love Miguel Sapochnik. I think hes a really interesting artist. Related video: Game of Thrones Actors React to Their Final Scenes and Filming the Battle of Winterfell Provided by ETonline

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