Here's a quote from a recent article I just read (thanks Jason.):
"(Note to budding journalism students: never let the photographer decide where you’re going on assignment.)"
Really? I know a fair few photographers - myself included - who would throw that straight back at you Mr Steve Tuttle of Newsweek.
Especially as the photographer's diversion afforded you the core of the article you then wrote, which incidentally tells us more about yourself than the people you met.
Dear Writers; It's attitudes like that which will cause a photographer to refer to you with the derogatory term 'scribblers'.
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