s4e9 of HBO’s Game of Thrones, “The Watchers On The Wall” featured some pretty impressive camera work. And mammoths.
Two of these shots made for some sweet stitchin. One is a nearly 360-degree tracking shot covering the fighting within Castle Black’s courtyard. The second stitch is a God’s-Eye-View shot showing the scope of all the battles. As always, there are two versions of each stitch, one is a rather hi res JPEG, the other is a scrollable interactive. Enjoy!
The Castle Black courtyard battle:
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Tracking shot from Right to Left around the Castle Black courtyardThe God’s Eye View Shot:
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the God’s Eye View moving north from the Wildling camp, over Castle Black, over The Wall, and to Mance’s fire