Game of Thrones, the favorite tv series is back with the new season: season 8. There is no doubt in saying that Game of Thrones is one of the favorite series that has got so much love from people all over the world. The direction, narration, action, etc are so amazing that one gets completely lured by it. Game of thrones cinematography is pretty excellent without any doubt.
The episodes are made in such a manner that after watching the complete episode, the climax arrives at the end and so one gets attracted to watch the next episode at the very next moment. The characters are very interesting and all of them have got a dynamic personality. Thanks to the writers as they have given proper justification to each and every character.
With the release of the latest season, the fans are very much excited and are wanting to watch the episodes at the very moment when they are launched. But, there are many complaints arriving with the latest episode in which there is plenty of fire going around and for the most part, the episode remains flurry of action taking place in poorly lit environments which is very hard to see.
Talking in this regard with the team, the cinematographer Fabian Wagner said that filming the episode in such a manner was purposeful and for this, the TV settings or the screen quality should be blamed.
Wagner added that the show was purposefully shot and directed to provide a cinematic experience that could be viewed in a movie theatre.
In a pair of interviews given to TMZ and Wired UK, he explained the reasoning behind the choice to film such a dark, claustrophobic battle. He said that here the technology should be blamed and not the film techniques. If the tv settings would have remained perfect along with the screen quality of the device on which you are watching then the scene would have remained very clear.
He told that the problem is that a lot of people don’t know how to tune their TVs properly. It is true as most people watch the episodes on small iPads and some on the smartphones which in no way can do justice to a show like that anyway.
So, here was a brief overview of the game of thrones cinematography issues that got caught up in the news due to the unclear view of the last episode.