Stanley didn't shy away from true humanity or from the ugliness that all people are capable of.
They don't have the news media set up in Africa that we do in the United States, where televisions are so accessible and newspapers and magazines are able to educate people.
We should all aspire in life to do a multitude of things well - to be a great father, to be a good husband, to be a good lover, you know, to try to do things the best you can is very important to me.
I always thought that it was kind of silly that a baseball card could be worth so much money.
If you take 2001: A Space Odyssey as an example of somebody who creates a new language in film by what he was able to accomplish with art direction, photography, lighting, etc., it is still a gold standard for science fiction.
I've worked with Robert Altman a couple of times too.
The experience of using a Rolleiflex camera is very different than using a SLR.
My father taught me to paint when I was young with watercolors and so I learned at a very young age the essential elements of the value of light and composition.
Photography is about light and what it does and how it is captured on a piece of negative.
So the thing that's beautiful about the Rolleiflex is that I open the camera up from the top and put my face in and that the camera's all about composition and all about light.
For example, Michael Mann's film Collateral - there is certain kinds of stories that lend themselves to digital photography. Some things are very raw stories that digital photography kind of lends itself to.
There's a discipline. When you take someone's portrait, you don't have to take 50 photographs, just find that one so that when you release the shutter, that's the image that you took.