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A look at the role marketing plays can help explain why 'your' brand sometimes makes decisions you hate.

Brand loyalty sometimes prompts people to forget that every significant camera company is a large, profit-driven corporation.

There is really nothing more frustrating for photographers than a camera sensor that is full of dust and specks.

Dust on the sensor happens, it’s just a fact of digital photographic life.

And it's the marketer's role to work out what that product would be.

Eight cameras were hidden inside the van Johansson drives around Glasgow, allowing the production to catch spontaneous performances by non-actors in what cinematographer Daniel Landin described in an Indiewire interview as "a fairly seedy area." They didn't realize they were being chatted up by a movie star.

If you shoot wide open, or at larger apertures (smaller f-stop number, such as f/2.8) you may not really see any sensor gunk on your images unless you view them at 100% on your monitor.

But one day you’ll want, or need, to set your aperture to f/8, or f/16; then sensor dust will become visible, almost as if from nowhere, to torment you, frame by frame.

This is a system that allowed us to have Gareth Edwards essentially show us what kind of camera moves he wanted as opposed to describing it…kind of a show rather than tell form of communication really.

Mike Jutan, virtual production team at Lucasfilm, explained to us:“Gareth is a down and dirty filmmaker. He did a lot of the camera operation on the real life set himself, so we wanted to simulate that experience for the all CG shots.

Eight cameras were hidden inside the van Johansson drives around Glasgow, allowing the production to catch spontaneous performances by non-actors in what cinematographer Daniel Landin described in an Indiewire interview as "a fairly seedy area." They didn't realize they were being chatted up by a movie star.

If you shoot wide open, or at larger apertures (smaller f-stop number, such as f/2.8) you may not really see any sensor gunk on your images unless you view them at 100% on your monitor.

But one day you’ll want, or need, to set your aperture to f/8, or f/16; then sensor dust will become visible, almost as if from nowhere, to torment you, frame by frame.

This is a system that allowed us to have Gareth Edwards essentially show us what kind of camera moves he wanted as opposed to describing it…kind of a show rather than tell form of communication really.

Mike Jutan, virtual production team at Lucasfilm, explained to us:“Gareth is a down and dirty filmmaker. He did a lot of the camera operation on the real life set himself, so we wanted to simulate that experience for the all CG shots.

A big goal of executive producer John Knoll was that he wanted us to have consistency between the real life shots and the all CG shots.