For wetsammywinchester: stairs (seasons 1-2). Don’t really have any thoughts on this set, aside from how it’s kind of cool to see so many different styles of stair architecture. Also, there are definitely limitations on how you can film them–only so many angles available.
Back in 2016 I offered to create thematic sets for some friends. My good buddy Zmediaoutletasked for ones where the focal character had their eyes hidden or cropped out by the framing. Since images fitting that exact description proved a bit thinner on the ground, at least in season 1, most of the ones in this particular set have only one eye obscured, or their mouth instead. In going back and…
Director: Jerry Wanek
Cinematographer: Bradley S. Creasser
Episode: 9.14, “Captives”
#talk about every frame a painting #the intense blackness behind #the spot of light in the foreground #the khaki shirt mirroring the wall #it looks like it was done by a particularly depressed dutch master #beautiful
For milly_gal, wide shots without the Winchesters as focus (seasons 1-2).
Although the lighting in general is pretty dark, Serge Ladouceur still managed to create a variety of textures across this selection of interior and exterior wide shots.
for violeteyedcat: kitchens and food (seasons 1-2)
It’s kind of impressive just how much food has been in the show over the years–once you start looking for it, it’s all over the place. Here are some examples where it’s visually prominent (to some degree).
(Dean’s enthusiasm over the mini Philly cheese steaks is so endearing.)
Director: John F. Showalter
Cinematographer: Serge Ladouceur
Episode: 12.17, “The British Invasion”
I have nothing profound or even vaguely interesting to say about these caps. I just love how vulnerable Dean looks like this–asleep on the table, not even the vaguest attempt at putting on a strong front. Defenses down in a way he rarely allowed in the days before he had a home.