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The thing with TV and filming is the timing is all faked anyway. You do it so many times, from so many different angles. You never really do it all in one go anyway, so they just fix it all in the edit.
There are times when I am directing, and there are a couple of moments I didn’t get the way I wanted, but I know I still have other angles to shoot and I have to be done by noon; I move on.
I don’t shoot movies quickly because I get a lot of coverage and a lot of angles, so we have all the pieces in the editing. I do a lot of takes, but it’s because I’m looking for something.
TV helped me understand camera angles, close-ups, master shots.
As far as lighting and blocking, camera angles and facial expressions, all that stuff that has to be very specific in film, as opposed to in wrestling where everything is larger than life and you’re performing to the masses.
Whenever one or more components of a company’s business model changes, new business models are created for supporting companies. The changes might involve niches served, new marketing angles or improved value propositions.
St. Andrews is my favorite place to play golf. I’ve said it many times. I love the design. I love how there is always a bunker in play. And every time you play, it is always a little bit different. There are so many angles out there. It is beautifully designed. And so much fun to play.
Hollywood is all made up, anyway. Especially the stories and angles that people want to pin on you.
Good art is art that allows you to enter it from a variety of angles and to emerge with a variety of views.
‘Heyy Babyy’ needed fast cutting and eye contact. It didn’t need fancy camera angles.
When I’m shooting on location, you get ideas on the spot – new angles. You make not major changes but important modifications, that you can’t do on a set. I do that because you have to be economical.
Steve Martin said that philosophy is good for comedy because it screws up your thinking just enough, and I agree with that. Being forced to see life’s metadata is good training for looking for interesting angles on a topic.
I hit the ball early and move my wrist a lot, so I get bigger angles.
I feel like all the songs are little scenes, different angles, of the feelings that come around something ending.
For my money, if I’m playing anything then it has to have some sharp angles on it. It’s got to have some edges that you can cut yourself on, otherwise it’s boring.
I jumped off a cliff backwards for ‘I Am Number Four,’ which was pretty cool. I’d never done that before. It took seven takes from different angles and luckily there were no injuries. I came close, though. My head nearly hit the rock at one point.
It’s impossible to make dancing really effective on TV. The screen is too small, and the cameras can’t move fast enough to get the right angles.
I grew up in Tampa, Florida, and St. Pete, Tampa, the Tampa Bay area, and that was the home of Championship Wrestling from Florida with Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes, and it was just… I mean, for storylines and angles and promos, it was second to none.
On stage, everyone stays put; the vantage point is always the vantage point, and you have to play to the size of the house. And of course, on film, there’s different angles, different shots, so that determines how animated or how still you must be.
In life, people talk at right angles. One asks a question, and the other replies in part, then uses that part to move the conversation to something else. Everyone has an agenda, has something they’re trying to say – or not say.
I love my stories being multi-layered, and coming at it from different angles, so that you don’t understand the film’s true emotional motivation until the very end.
One of the things you have to be able to do, as a comic strip artist, is to draw things repeatedly from a variety of angles, so you need references, and you find the best picture you can.
We need variations, variations in not just attempt but in flickers’ attempts as well. I mean, a flicker needs to use different angles, pace to keep the opposition defence guessing.
It’s not so important to me where I work. A lot of good writers and directors and actors come out of Hollywood, so obviously it would be great to work there, but there’s some great stuff coming out of Britain, so I’m going to see what comes from all angles.
As a former undercover CIA officer, I’ve worked with my colleagues in the 114th Congress to approach the growing terrorist threat from a number of angles, including addressing the issue of terrorists’ ease of travel, combating terrorist recruitment strategies, and improving our own counterterrorism capabilities.
My father and mother are exceptional pedagogues who can motivate and tell it from all different angles. Later, chess for me became a sport, an art, a science, everything together. I was very focused on chess, and happy with that world.
My friends and I have always been trying to make movies, at every moment. We’ve tried so many different angles and approaches. But when it happens, it happens, and you just run with it.
Poems are not read: they are reread. Reread the poem, then read between the lines, then look at it, then watch it, then peek at it: handle it like an object. Contemplate its shadows, angles and dimensions.
I’ve been that celebrity on the red carpet, and I appreciate that something hasn’t got to just look good from the front, from the back, it’s got to look good at all angles.
Some people will stop a scene and demand a mirror and look at themselves and check which angles they’re being photographed from. I don’t do that.
I run my routes like a crossover dribble. It’s about taking angles, faking one way but going the other, and being savvy. And then, instead of running to the basket, I’m running away from the defender.
I think if you looked at the kind of ebb and flow of supernatural fiction and horror fiction, it does seem to be more popular in times when we’re hammered over the head daily with threats from all angles, very real threats.
In TV, you have no time and sort of just carpet bomb the scene with as many angles as possible as quickly as possible and find it in the edit.
Those of us raised in modern cities tend to notice horizontal and vertical lines more quickly than lines at other orientations. In contrast, people raised in nomadic tribes do a better job noticing lines skewed at intermediate angles, since Mother Nature tends to work with a wider array of lines than most architects.
Whenever I arrive on a real location, I have to move around and work out what the best angles are going to be.
Miniature golf, like billiards, is a game of angles. And, like billiards, most of the fun is in pretending you know what the hell you’re doing. The worse you do, the more you have to laugh.
I’ve been working a lot on my lateral movement, and angles – it’s coming natural to me now – and on different techniques, keeping my hands right.
I do seem to have a lot of family secrets in my novels. I guess I’m one of those writers who is often writing about the same sort of themes, but taking different angles on them.
All architecture, classical or not, must have some sense of order, and order is much harder to achieve without the straight lines and right angles that have dominated the building art from time immemorial.
Mostly, I would like people to ask other writers about the craft of their writing so we could learn from one another. We ask movie directors why they chose to use certain lights and angles and speeds of film, but most of the time, we ignore the craft of a writer.
A lot of these angles are really about trying to mimic broadcast sports angles in order to anchor the scene, to sort of normalize it before it becomes abstracted.
There’s a fun, nostalgic aspect to Legos – people connect to the art on a different level. But it’s also a medium that lets me design anything I can imagine. I especially enjoy creating curvy forms using rectangular pieces. Up close, you notice the sharp angles, but when you back away, the corners blend into curves.
I’m fast and I move well so I know how to come in at weird angles and keep my feet under me. I’m looking for that power shot and I might not be able to fire off anything after it if my feet aren’t under me. Footwork is a huge part of my game.
The best angles and the best stories always hinge on reality. Throughout the history of WWE, all the best storylines have a little touch of what’s real behind them.
Right angles don’t attract me. Nor straight, hard and inflexible lines created by man.
My parents used to talk about Sergio Leone films a lot. And I got really into them. I love Clint Eastwood. I love the camera angles. I love the music.
You’ve gotta understand camera angles, camera movement – a kick that may not be very powerful may look very powerful from a certain angle.
I’ve been asked to write an autobiography, and I’ve started it a couple of times, on different angles, and maybe one day I will, but you know what? There’s time for that because I’d like to have the whole story.
If you watch fights cage-side, sometimes different punches look better than others. It’s like camera angles. Sometimes some punches look a lot better than they were, and sometimes a solid punch doesn’t look good. So it just depends on your angle.