I can’t visit the cinema anymore as the sound system is always far too loud, it’s hot, can’t see the floor and the special effects and “action scenes” mean I have to look away. TV was my refuge but lately I’ve noticed a lot more shaky cameraman and juddery panning shots in TV series. The BBC currently have an advert about the planet, something about a forest with a breaking up pattern and shaking as if a video camera was on the blink, even my husband (who never gets dizzy or a headache etc) has to look away so I can’t even report what exact advert it is.
I tried to watch with the recent Star Trek:Discovery series with my husband but spent a lot of the time looking away as the feted cinematography consisted of shafts of white light shining out suddenly on the bridge and a prism effect of light through the windows snaking across the screen, and the camera often twirls around filming the bridge of the Discovery, really ill making. I know MAV’ers are a small subset but lots of people have conditions that are surely affected by this?
My eldest tells me I’m not missing much as STD (LOL) is pretty dire on the story front with none of the heart of the old franchise
Rant over, I’m off to watch some Classic Corrie on ITV3 where the “cinematography” is easy on the MAV’ers eye and even I am younger than their target demographic.
Anyone else have issues with more modern action sequences?