Originally Posted by Aleron Ives
The fact that the camera still takes the time to look at him being wide-eyed with surprise every time he sees something with his powers makes me believe that his reaction is still the only thing giving him away.
This is one of those interesting dilemmas that happens in film-making which isn't a problem in a book. In a book the narration would be in Nick's head and the reader would know what Nick saw via the narration.
But how does the audience know what Nick saw in a film?
Doing a reaction shot of Nick works in general, but it's obviously starting to get rather silly in this show. Would it be enough to just show the morphing and let the audience assume that Nick saw it? Perhaps a POV shot of the morphing from over Nick's shoulder would be a better way do this rather than the close-ups that they currently use?
Perhaps there's some other better way to do it without Nick making bug-eyes every time?