Can Anyone Explain What The Hell Is Going On At Sean Cody?
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, Sean Cody does it again! Case in point: Today’s scene with Arnie and Blake.
Virtually every Sean Cody scene released in 2017 has been unwatchable, so today’s disaster is no surprise to anyone who’s been following the decline. Early this year, the studio admitted to some sort of “4k camera” problem that was making their scenes “awful,” and they promised that things would get better. With the exception of one scene in April (which was probably filmed well over a year ago), things obviously never got better, and in fact they only continue to get worse. Rather than dwell on this for the millionth time, I’m wondering if readers have any explanation or theory as to what, technically, is actually going on at Sean Cody?
By “technical,” I mean look at this screencap from today’s Arnie/Blake scene, and note the picture quality:
Then, compare that to this screencap from a 2013 Sean Cody scene, starring Brooks and Cain:
Why do Sean Cody scenes filmed today look 50 years older than scenes that were filmed four years ago? Is it lighting? The camera? Something else? I know nothing about videography or cameras, but I’m really curious, so weigh in below if you have a theory.
And here are two videos, for an even clearer comparison. First, it’s Brooks and Cain in 2013:
And here’s Arnie and Blake, in 2017. Yikes:
Any suggestions or advice for Sean Cody? Let them know in the comments below!