2. "AP has a picture of the president winking to a cute girl in the crowd, do you?"
3. "Oh, it's three a.m. there? That's weird, it's only noon here."
4. "Do you have anything on the flooding in North Vietnam?" (This while covering the war from Saigon, the north being enemy territory . . .).
5. "Couldn't you have gotten an economy ticket?" (asked after I got off a 16-hour flight to jump right into coverage of insurrection in a Third World country).
6. "Why didn't you shoot both color and black and white?"
7. "Couldn't you have left more room at the top of the frame for the logo?"
8. "Do you have anything else on the two presidents shaking hands?" (Of course, I always hold the best stuff back . . .).
9. "Why did you let that television guy get in front of you?"
10. "Is there any reason that the picture of those guys shooting at you is a little shaky?"
SHOOT: My biggie is people who agree to a shoot then cancel unexpectedly on the day. You find out because they don't turn up, and then don't answer their phones.
1) Try 'clever' tricks to save
2) Don't understand
4) Expect unlimited
5) Be difficult to
7) Have a big ego.
8) Offer a photo
9) Use images without
10) Crop their photos
This is like cutting the