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Wrong Side of the Camera

November 9, 2005 by Herald Leader  
Filed under Snappers

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Sometimes reporters just like to be in pictures. Like Andy Mead, for example, shown here to the right of the subjects in my picture of tornado damage taken in Henderson last Sunday, ‘pretending’ to be talking on the phone and not noticing that he was in the camera’s view. Typical reporter attention hog!
Actually, Andy is one of the best reporters on our staff for a photographer to work with. He is good at thinking about a story visually and most of the time will stay on my side of the camera.

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One Response to “Wrong Side of the Camera”
  1. Todd Overman says:

    At our little weekly, it’s harder to accidentally shoot a reporter because we’re the ones with the cameras, too.

    I’ve enjoyed looking at your photos and those of your colleagues.

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