Capture Related Quotes



I haven't yet managed to capture the colour of this landscape; there are moments when I'm appalled at the colours I'm having to use, I'm afraid what I'm doing is just dreadful and yet I really am understating it; the light is simply terrifying.

Claude Monet


“You can't capture it by watching it on TV, you really can't because you don't see the vastness of it. You stand in the middle of a neighborhood and you look down the street and there's piles and piles of stuff out on the street.”

Ave Bauder


In performance capture roles, it's not a committee of animators that author the role, it's the actor. I think that's a significant thing for people to understand.

Andy Serkis


My work with churches has led me to the conclusion that the single most important element in having an effective and life-changing ministry is to capture God's vision for your ministry.?

Phil Pringle


People talk about perfect timing, but I think everything is perfect in its moment; you just want to capture that.

Eddie Huang


Conflicting legislation and regulations, overlapping mandates, unwillingness to enforce land use, elite capture, entrenched attitudes, and lack of incentives to influence behavior are rife in many resource-rich countries.

Sri Mulyani Indrawati


Disability simulation fails to capture the nuance and complexity of living in a disabled body. And it certainly fails to give a deep understanding of systemic discrimination and abuse faced by disabled people.

Stella Young


Every time I went into the studio some engineer tried to impress me with how they're going to capture my sound with all kinds of tricks. But they limited the sound and never allowed me to play how I felt.

Dick Dale


The more we deploy the technologies to capture wind and solar power, the cheaper those technologies become.

Van Jones


“The AP is using the term 'refugee' where appropriate to capture the sweep and scope of the effects of this historic natural disaster on a vast number of our citizens, ... Several hundred thousand people have been uprooted from their homes and communities and forced to seek refuge in more than 30 different states across America. Until such time as they are able to take up new lives in their new communities or return to their former homes, they will be refugees.”

Kathleen Carroll