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Life ain't no rehearsal, the cameras always rolling.
The camera can film my face but until it captures my soul, you don't have a movie.
I saw that the camera could be a weapon against poverty, against racism, against all sorts of social wrongs. I knew at that point I had to have a camera.
I'm funny on camera sometimes. In life, once in a while. Once in a while.
I treat the camera like a person—I gaze into it. Photos are a flat thing, and you need to put life into them.
A camera alone does not make a picture. To make a picture you need a camera, a photographer and above all a subject. It is the subject that determines the interest of the photograph.
Sometimes I feel as if we are all trapped in a movie. We know our lines, where to walk, how to act, only there is no camera. Yet, we can't break out of the movie. And it's a bad one.
If I knew how to take a good photograph, I'd do it every time.
If you put your cameras down you might be able to live in the moment. You have a memory there of something you've never lived.
The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don't have to explain things with words.
I plan to join the 'SNL' band as a maraca player and stand behind saxophonist Lenny Pickett. That way they will at least cut to me before commercial breaks. I'll be sure to look right into camera.
The scary thing about the future... there will be tiny cameras everywhere, and they'll be flying around like mosquitoes and drones. That will be bad. Drones are scary. You can't reason with a drone.
Sometimes I feel like . . . the world is a place I bought a ticket to. It’s a big show for me, as if it wouldn’t happen if I wasn’t there with a camera.
People think that all cameramen do is point the camera at things, but it's a heck of a lot more complicated than that.
I knew from a very early age, that what I saw on tv had nothing to do with real life. So I wanted to make a record of real life. That included having a camera with me at all times.
There is 3 key things for good photography: the camera,lighting and... Photoshop
You don't rehearse jazz to death to get the camera angles.
My portraits are more about me than they are about the people I photograph.
I picked up a camera because it was my choice of weapons against what I hated most about the universe: racism, intolerance, poverty.
You don't have to pose your camera. The pictures are there, and you just take them. The truth is the best picture, the best propaganda. (On the Spanish Civil War, 1937)
All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth.
I'm definitely a Polaroid camera girl. For me, what I'm really excited about is bringing back the artistry and the nature of Polaroid.
Animals give me more pleasure through the viewfinder of a camera than they ever did in the crosshairs of a gunsight.
A camera is a camera, a shot is a shot, how you tell the story is the main thing.
Photography is a very subtle thing. You must let the camera take you by the hand, as it were, and lead you into your subject.
I never, ever went out without my camera, even to buy bread.
I couldn’t stand in front of any camera, and I couldn’t go to places where there were a lot of people. I thought people would criticize me if I smiled, or even if I just stayed still.
Only the camera seems to be really capable of describing modern life.
The camera for an artist is just another tool. It is no more mechanical than a violin if you analyze it. Beyond the rudiments, it is up to the artist to create art, not the camera.
I am intrigued enough to want to continue, and also to try and work with companies like Sony on modifying the cameras and making them more user-friendly and efficient.
When gifts are given to me through my camera, I accept them graciously.
I wish the camera could smell my armpits. Dude, mine smell good.
This is all you need in life: a computer, a camera, and a cat.
Being an artist, I had an artist's instincts.You can see the picture before it's taken; then it's up to you to get the camera to see
The best camera, is the one that you have with you!
If someone falls down, pick them back up. Just because there's not a frickin camera in your face doesn't mean you don't have to look out for each other.
The camera basically is a license to explore.
I don’t have a philosophy. I have a camera.
If the thrill of hunting were in the hunt, or even in the marksmanship, a camera would do just as well.
If you have a block of ballistics gelatin and a high-speed camera, pretty soon somebody gets a gun!
The illiterate of the future will be the person ignorant of the use of the camera as well as the pen.
I don't think about what camera I should use that much. I just pick up the one that looks nicest on the day.
The camera is my tool. Through it I give a reason to everything around me.
When you're in front of the camera, for a small budget or a big budget movie, there's no difference.
Nothing attracts me like a closed door. I cannot let my camera rest until I have pried it open.
I only use a camera like I use a toothbrush. It does the job.
The camera is the least important element in photography.
In GENESIS, my camera allowed nature to speak to me. And it was my privilege to listen.
It's disgusting. Why would people idolize someone who doesn’t do anything and saying you're a model/photographer with a digital camera and photoshop does not count as an artist.
What does it tell you that applications for guns since the shooting are up 41 percent in Colorado, and that our cameras found about 50 people in line at one gun shop yesterday outside Denver?