Imagine a world, where every single nominated image for a major photography contest, say the World Press or National Geographic awards, were all shot on just a single brand of camera. If every single image that had even a chance was shot on a Canon. Or a Nikon. Or a Pentax. As bizarre as that sounds, something very similar to that has happened with the Academy Awards, with every single nominee for cinematography, directing, or best film at least partially using ARRI cameras.