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A lot of rappers been putting out a lot of sub-par visuals. I feel like the visuals could be better.
Sometimes we need to step back and understand the power of video games. ‘Dear Esther’ does just that. Through visuals, audio, and narration, this title weaves a story around the player as they explore different areas in the game.
I knew I had to write a good screenplay to be taken seriously, and I knew I needed to present Mississippi on visuals instead of just saying, ‘Hey I wanted to film it in Mississippi.’ It would seem like it was a hometown boy just wanting to be home.
Cinema is ultimately a work of art, it is all about sound and visuals.
I draw on a lot of cinematic influences like Ingmar Bergman and Wim Wenders, artists who let a story take its time. Comics are a visual medium, and visuals should be allowed to tell some of that story.
I use depth in my visuals even in 2-D, and found that 3-D is actually liberating.
A lot of the films now are more focused on the visuals than on the actors. I think all directors should go to drama school.
We really like to express ourselves artistically with all of the visuals and the theatrical side. It all plays a really important part to us.
Video is just exploding on Instagram – motion is the new filter. We’re going to help people use visuals to tell their stories.
Comics are such a powerful educational tool. Simply put, there are certain kinds of information that are best communicated through sequential visuals.
Gene Luen Yang
Oceans of emotion can be transmitted through a text message, an emoji sequence, and a winking semicolon, but humans are hardwired to respond to visuals.
I don’t want to be entertained. I don’t want visuals or musicals. I don’t want a vacation. I don’t want to quit. I don’t want sympathy. The cry of my heart is ‘Just Give Me Jesus.’
Anne Graham Lotz
A film only works when its content works. The visuals can be breathtaking, but if the content is not good, it won’t work.
In a silent film, the visuals are of utmost importance.
For me, I’m not a great wordsmith, and so maybe from lack of great dialogue writing, I thought it’s easier and better to express a story through visuals.
Comics don’t work without the visuals, obviously.
‘Bahubali’ is not about big budgets, big visuals, or massive marketing. If a hero, producer, and director in Bollywood can have that kind of trust, something even bigger than ‘Bahubali’ is possible.
S. S. Rajamouli
Some things can be perfectly expressed by sound alone and images would only be disturbing. Other times, sound would be possible, but visuals are much stronger and closer to what I want to express and then again, they sometimes overlap perfectly.
When I started producing, it was George Abbott directing and he would let me do the scenery. He just wanted to know where the doors were – the entrances, the exits; the tables, the props – and then I would hire the designer. I took charge of the visuals – scenery and costumes and so on. And, the shows looked wonderful.
I’d always want to decorate my bedroom. I needed visuals and to be stimulated by things. I’m still like that. It’s the way I see the world.
As much as I love creating entertaining visuals, I love toying with the pace of a movie and trying to perfect that. It’s imperative to the impact: faster cuts, cuts at the right moments that meld with the tenor of a scene. Creating and maintaining that feeling.
It’s a visual world and people respond to visuals.
You have to realize I like doing big movies that appear on a big screen. So the visuals and the audio have to be of a certain quality before I start to get excited about the thing.
Cinematography speaks to everything that women do inherently well: It’s multitasking, it’s empathy, and it’s channeling visuals into human emotion.
I generally wear a lot of black clothes, and I think that comes from wanting to be as neutral as possible. We use a lot of visuals on stage, so I kind of hope people are watching those and not looking at me.
I love to perform not only music, but to make performances extremely visual, and create almost a magical fantasy. It’s really an uplifting style of art that combines visuals and music in very dreamlike ways.
People like Little Mix… they’ve got a big lot of choreography that they need to do so it’s difficult to sing and dance at the same time. I think if they’ve got to do a big performance with loads of visuals behind, they need to possibly mime at some point.
I purposely try to make my music cinematic. I try to inspire visuals even though I’m only an instrument of sound.
I just like pictures and visuals and stuff.
I do this sort of thing where, even for my own shows, I like to supply my own fingerprint of creativity. Not just ideas, technical things: offering model data, creating visuals for my stage show myself, babysitting renders, learning that technology as I go. That’s what makes me feel like an artist.
The most inspiring objects are books. I have about 5,000 volumes in my home library. It’s an unending source of visuals and ideas.
When you think of a brand, you should immediately understand it from the advertising attitude, from the words and visuals.
Visuals are compelling, but sometimes the only way to get your point of view and purpose across is through words. Great copy can be embedded in any medium, any technology.
I just want to be a storyteller, and I think the way to do that is by your lyrics, by your visuals, by your choreography, by your dance. It’s imperative as an artist.
In my head, scenes are shot from certain angles; there are camera pans, all of that kind of stuff. Converting those visuals to comic format was mostly a matter of adapting them to the rhythm of paneling.
J. Cole’s 2014 ‘Forrest Hills Drive.’ The album, artwork, and director of that album was a huge influence on the visuals for ‘Homecoming King.’
I always liked the visuals to be choice and at the same time minimalist. And, I love black boxes. After all, that’s what theatre is, it’s an empty space, and it’s both limited and unlimited because the space is the space, but what you can do with people’s imaginations is really endless.
There are so many sitcoms, especially in animation, that we’ve almost forgotten what animation was about – movement and visuals.
I’m definitely inspired by Michael Jackson. I watch all his videos all the time. And Busta Rhymes, early Busta Rhymes – I really was inspired by him. He’s really the reason why I started rapping. Because all his visuals. I loved his videos when I was younger.
I’ve written all of my songs, I directed all my videos. Every part of what I’ve done for music, from the visuals to the business, I did it. And I’m really proud of that.
You have to give directors and cinematographers a word blueprint for visuals, but I had to learn that from experience.
Everything about video games has changed. The writing, the acting, the visuals, obviously – everything has gone to a new level. And the difference that I see as an actor is that I don’t have to push that extra bit to sell what’s going on.
I often wonder when I make a film – I’m thinking of making a film of the Buddha – and I often wonder: If Buddha had all the elements that are given to a director – if he had music, if he had visuals, if he had a video camera – would we get Buddhism better?
‘Provenance’ is more than a multimedia concert. It’s a journey that unifies cultures through music, theater and beautiful visuals.
I love coming up with the stories and being creative and working with creative people and coming up with visuals and creating characters.
I get bored with the same old film coming out every weekend. It feels like it’s the same story all the time, and the same visuals, and the characters’ dilemmas are remarkably similar.
Over the years, advertising had become very lazy, very visual. Visuals are important, yes, but as a part of the story.
I was always creative with the artwork. Always creative with the visuals. That’s what made me standout.
Commingling keenly felt emotion, madcap humor, and retina-bursting visuals, ‘Missing Link’ is a kaleidoscopic cinematic experience unlike any other.
Music, for me, is as important as fashion. The first visuals I remember are Elvis Presley, David Bowie, New Romantics, and different punk bands.
I love Lady Gaga, Rihanna – all the pop girls like Katy Perry. I think Miley Cyrus is very talented, too. Apart from the visuals, which you may like or not like, but her music is quite good, actually. ‘Wrecking Ball’ is quite a good song, and she sang it really nicely.
It’s a natural thing for us to be working on content and finding ways to implement, whether it’s visuals or the partnerships to go along with the audio.
I used to be very controlling with visuals and editing, and I would pretty much craft the performances; now I have learned to trust the material and the actors.
My son was so excited about me doing three roles, and Jo and my parents loved the craft work and visuals, and I think ’24’ will be the most favourite movie of mine at home, and they are all waiting to watch the film in theaters.
What really surprised me was that we had released the song ‘Kondoram’… without any video and it still garnered so many views. The song had only lyrics and no visuals.
I like language, and in film, language is diluted by the visuals and the music. Theatre is what I was trained for.
The thing is, the better the hardware, the more time we spend to improve the visuals to take advantage of the hardware.
My visuals are typically very powerful. The rhythm is fast. The cuts are fast.
Even if it’s a song I know isn’t gonna do that well, I’m dropping it as a piece of art, so I always want sick visuals to go with it.
I feel it’s my job as the artist who is making the music to pair it with visuals that I see in my head while writing the music in the first place.
I find a lot of inspiration through visuals. When I was 12, I saw Aurora’s ‘Runaway’ music video. Something inside me clicked, like, ‘That is what I want to do, no matter whether it goes anywhere or not.’
I view myself as a musician and I focus on music – other people may try to focus on the music, but the emphasis is heavily on visuals and performance. They’re both equally valid, but different.
I wrote a 20-page document, before I was ever hired, on exactly how the visuals of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ would be approached, how we’d look at creating a new type of space epic. That’s exactly what the movie is today – absolutely everybody has adhered to that original document.
I like my visuals to feel like movies.
My interest in filmmaking was always very much the visuals and images.
‘Ex-Boyfriend’ is a really funny story that is that much funnier when you have visuals attached to it as opposed to just hearing it. I couldn’t let a song like that go un-videoed.
The poetry and transgression that was so much of surrealism’s anarchic force has been recruited into mainstream culture. It has been made commonplace by television and magazine merchandising, by computer games and Internet visuals, by film and MTV, by the fashion shoot.
For so many years, I was watching my tee shots slide hard to the right. I used to think I was hitting a draw at times, and the ball was still curving to the right! I still prefer to play a little fade, but I’ve had to recalibrate my visuals.
Making the visuals photo-realistic lets us do things we were never able to do before. The voice acting, the facial expressions, are all that much deeper.
Cinema is a visual medium one has to communicate through visuals, and therefore, dialogues should be less.
I think comics is a really good way to talk about skepticism and atheism and things like that… it was easy to tell those stories and, I think, helpful to some people to tell them in comic form. Using visuals makes it easier to break stuff down and makes it somewhat easier to understand.
My favorite films, I would put my answering machine up to the television set and hit record. I’d tape my favorite movies and then I could go back and listen to them again. I only had the soundtrack, I didn’t have the visuals. But I think it made me really pay attention to the soundtracks.
Since I started as an actress in the film industry, I realised the power of visuals and how that can fuel the imagination of our mind. It is very powerful. Therefore, I always cater to my own sensibility first and then to the world.
It’s about the characters, it’s about the film, it’s about the process of making stunning visuals and a huge, epic movie. It doesn’t matter if my head was covered in a black plastic bag and I was bouncing around in a space hopper: That’s the villain of Chris Nolan’s ‘Batman!’
If people get inspired by ‘Baahubali’ as a film, and they realize they can make a big film or a historical film which has good drama and good visuals, if they realize there are good stories to tell here, then it is good.
S. S. Rajamouli