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April 17, 1987 - Image 28

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Our photo staff gives us their
AVOID CLICHES AT ALL COSTS: squirrels, dumb
little kids, and zooming cars. But it's tough when you're
out there, and the wind chill is 30 degrees below zero and
the editor says that there is lots of space for feature photos
and you know that by the evening all of the space for
photos somehow just disappears, very mysteriously.
And then on top of it all, when you pick up the next
day's Daily you see that the nightside editor decided that
they just had to run an Associated Press photo of the high
school football player whose head is too big for a standard-
KAREN H ANDEL MAN: "I attended a New Year's sized helmet. Great. You've risked life and limb for the
celebration for residents of T he Jewish Center for Dail y getting that new and exciting weather photo, and for
Aged near St. Louis. One of my favorite friends I hFoadntr.o a.Frtut-
met that evening was Maxie Bournstein, a 76-year-
old achondroplastic dwarf who was only 4'3" tall."
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being at the right place at the right time
LESLIE BOORSTEIN: "At the David
Lee Roth concert, I was revolted by
the crowd and how much they would
do to see him. I was especially
shocked by two girls who removed
their shirts for 'Diamond Dave'"
ANDI SC H RElB ER: "Last fall, Ron- p
aid Reagan's visit to Detroit caused y
many angry people to rally on Jeffer-
son Avenue. I learned that lots of
people dislike our president. It was
overwhelming'" ... lac ao

GRACE TSAI: "The bass player for
'The Bats' was my first portrait
subject. Initially I was apprehensive,
but our session ended in goodwill-
with a pint of Jim Beam."

JOHN MUNSON: "Jack Leibowitz chat
Meat Market in New York City while sec
the personality of the butcher, and not the
Jack's willingness to be photographed ma

SCOTT LITUCHY: "Sometimes the key to a good photo is1
combined with some skill on the part of the photographer. I to
Memorial Day, 1986."

DANA MENDELSSOHN: "This picture
cal Pillows" (my former band) was shot b
in Detroit. I think she looks like a Droog

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