cinematographer Crescenzo GP Notary Public He was introduced to the “Star Trek” world in the “Discovery” series, but when it came to “Star Trek: Picard,” his visual style was “a little more introverted, a little more thought-provoking, a little more soulful.” I think in my mind about trying to evoke certain emotions. And, given the connection between “Star Trek” history and “Picard”, he also tried to “stay true to the heart of Star Trek.” Watch his exclusive interview video with Notarile above.
“Star Trek: Picard” resumes the adventures of the main character, Picard. Patrick Stewart, reunited with the former crew of the USS Enterprise in its third and final season. Notarile actually shot episodes in both the second and third seasons, which were shot back-to-back, and said, “In terms of the visual approach, I was a little more involved on set. I became more immersed in the characters, and I became a little more involved with what the story was about, what it was about, and how I evoked that story in a visual sense. For me, it was a different approach.”
But there were also opportunities to act “a little more out of the box” and “a little more daring”, like the evil enemy ship called Shrike. “I was lighting with a shaft of light. He then contrasted the ship with a more “disciplined” image on the Titan of Picard and the crew fighting for their lives.
Coordination with Visual Effects Supervisor Jason Zimmerman This is also a big part of the process. “What’s outside a ship’s window is more than just a black field. There are many elements, many dynamics going on outside the window, whether it’s a nebula, a planet, or another ship.” I mean, there’s a lot of dynamics that you have to follow.” hire people because they want their hearts.”
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