Still photographer Clay Enos has captured many aesthetic images since his first DCEU movie “Watchmen.” His works in the recent “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” was also appreciated by fans as well the critics.
While most of the DCEU community has been able to appreciate the beauty that exists in Clay Enos’s images, it has also been critiqued for being dark and grittier. Recently, Amber Heard’s first look as Mera photo was also a victim to it.
The image of Amber Heard in the Mera costume was shown with a dark contrast and a dull look. Fans on social media began complaining to director Zack Snyder and photographer Clay Enos for using the same style of photography and cinematography as “Batman v Superman” and “Man of Steel.”
Unfortunately, the hate towards Justice League’s style of filming continued in social media. But it has been finally put to an end as Clay Enos decided to step in and give us his perspective on Mera’s photo.
Clay Enos responded to a fan on Instagram about the dark contrast in the photo and said that the image was “taken into the sunlight” and added that “She [Mera] has plenty of color as will the film”. The photographer concluded his post saying “Allow for some purely photographic fun in the meantime.” Fans can check it out below.
Since “Watchmen” movie, Clay Enos has shared many behind-the-scene stills. Recently, the photographer also shared a photo of Jared Leto as The Joker hanging on the helicopter from Suicide Squad.
Fans interested in being updated with Clay Enos’s DCEU stills can follow him on Instagram here. The photographer is currently in Iceland as part of the “Justice League” filming crew.
It's gotten real sad if Clay has to say this. pic.twitter.com/B9p1GTOUpB
— MisterBatfleck (@Mister_Batfleck) October 12, 2016
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