“Going into season two,” continued [cinematographer Jas Shelton], “we wanted to have some continuity from season one. But we also wanted season two to have its own voice as well.” Towards that end, Shelton recalled that he and Alvarez came up with the idea of keeping the framing style and a lot of the aesthetics from the first season. Yet rather than use different aspect ratios like season one, they would turn to color palettes to help define moods and characters, to distinguish the two seasons and timelines.”

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