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Old 10-06-2011, 09:29 AM
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Default Shots that connect the inside and the outside

This is about something pretty trivial but I am a sucker for shots that show where ship sets are located from the outside and thus make everything appear more real. I thought it'd be nice to collect them.

I only remember three so far:





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What episode is that shot from?
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I like the second shot (isn't it from Best of Both Worlds or Family ?), it makes Picard appear so small and fragile.
Agreed, a great shot
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This is about something pretty trivial but I am a sucker for shots that show where ship sets are located from the outside and thus make everything appear more real. I thought it'd be nice to collect them.


To me, this shot carries a lot of 60's-ish flavor. With the "window" distortion and distance from the iBridge, along with the set design, this view works pretty good for me. Almost has a 2001 feel also. Just turn out the extra lens-flare causing lights in the background? Not as a direct referral to the ongoing discussion of lens flares, but merely to see what it would objectively look like...
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Of course later in the next movie they will have had time to put in the holographic window decals, as all traveled Star Ships will have...
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