Monday night a model showed up for a shoot in a t-shirt and shorts. She didn't *want* pictures in a t-shirt and shorts - she'd brought dresses and stuff - but she looked so good I almost started to ask her if I could take her picture in the t-shirt and shorts. Then I realised it (the t-shirt) had a big ol' corporate logo on it and decided, "Nah, let's just get on with the show."
A good thing, as it turns out, because the lighting was not my friend, but still an example of why lawyers shouldn't be photographers. We're just too paranoid.
The highlight of the shoot, incidentally, was her sister from Poland (who was visiting) observing with some surprise that photography was a lot of work. As she put it, "I thought was easy. Show up, take picture, piece of cake. No! Is hard work!" [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]