- “‘This is what separates a good photographer from a mediocre one,’ Reinke says, ‘the ability to go with the flow, but also to have a general idea of how the flow goes’” (20).
- “AP photographer Cliff Schiappa says, ‘Our prime responsibility is to communicate.’ And, he adds, ‘if your style causes static in the signal, in the communication, then you are not a success’” (31).
- “Amy Sancetta: ‘Be kind to the people that you work with, your colleagues or the subjects of your photos. The subjects may be opening a part of their life to you that they’ve not shared with others’” (59).
- “‘Photography is 90% anticipation and 10% pressing the button at the right time’” (72).
- “‘Don’t go in with a list of photographs,’ he says. ‘You must not control the situation but you do need to put yourself in the situation’” (92).
Source: Horton, Brian. Associated Press Guide to Photo Journalism. Second ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Books, 2001. Print.