GAME of Thrones is visually stunning, but some viewers of last night’s Battle of Winterfell were left disappointed by the overly dark scenes. The low-lit shots made for difficult viewing, which was frustrating for fans of the show – but we’ve got some tips on how to fix it. One cinematographer who worked on Game of Thrones told Insider that the show is “trying to be as naturalistic as possible” with its dark scenes. But popular YouTube star Casey Neistat tweeted: “Article says GOT is dark because the show’s creators wanted it to be realistic. “It’s a show about flying dragons and zombies. No one is here for realism – gimme some light.” Another fan tweeted a picture of a woman squinting, with the message: “How we all watched Game of Thrones tonight. For the screen is dark and full of terrors.” And one posted a photo of a black screen, writing: “GOT spoiler without context. Oh you can’t see anything? That’s cause the episode was dark af.” So if you want to brighten up last night’s episode, or ready yourself for the next one, follow these steps. Turn up brightness This is an obvious but easily forgotten option: turn… Read full this story
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