From American Cinematographer, A Poignant Pas de Deux by Bob Fisher (December 1998)
"It's important to have the freedom to alter compositions and camera moves and take advantage of things that happen on the set. In order to do that, you need to plan for motivated light sources. Lamps, windows, open doors and mirrors are great because you can put them anyplace. This is especially important when you're working in the anamorphic format, because you can see more of the background behind people."
- Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC