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Why J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars Had A Lot Fewer Lens Flares Than Star Trek


Directors get into habits, just like the rest of us. However, when they do it, they get to call it their "style." This means you can often tell a director's work because of the use of certain camera angles or other tricks that they find they like, and then use over and over again. For director J.J. Abrams, that particular trick has been the lens flare. He uses it a lot. However, you might have noticed that Star Wars: The Force Awakens had significantly less lens flare than the director's previous work. It turns out he was told he ...
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