Still kind of pink, but I think they fired the guy who placed hot pink in every shot in episode 1 and replaced him with someone who wanted pastel pink or baby blue (preferably both) in every shot. But overall, it’s easier on the eyes.
At least the kids no longer appear to be breathing pink or blue air. Maybe it rained between Saturday and Sunday.
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lol you’re right! I knew there must be a reason why episode 2 seemed so much better visually (even though the camera work was still sloppy as always)
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omg, i did not realize how noticeable it was! Ugh! too much pink….and it did make everything feel like we were stuck in a dream the whole first episode… why is the first episode always questionable? lol
I don’t know what they were thinking with that. I still think that there is too much emphasis on putting pink and blue in the series. But it is also a sign that there is a greater emphasis on visual production this season. We’ll see if they let that fade away as the boys leave their puppy love phases and start to get serious.