[on new film technologies] I am half engineer and I like all these technical challenges. With our craft, you can have great Ideas but you have to know how to achieve them from a technical point of view. I like to push things as much as possible. I like to try new things that weren't tried before. On Francis' [Francis Ford Coppola] films, we were pioneers on so many different levels. (...) To me, all the new tools are great, the more the better. There are so many things you weren't able to do before and what's most important is doing something new and different, something never done before - to do a sequel or something in the same way using the same tools would be a nightmare. (...) You know the old saying : "Don't study to be a doctor - you'll have to keep learning your whole life." Well, that's the same for cinematographers. We have to keep learning something new every day, continually, your whole life because every day there is a new toy, a new piece of equipment coming out - we just have to learn how to use it.