This page is dedicated to Ping, for all his valiant efforts and for making the first such gallery in the AX-APO scrap book.
I've never liked cameras, but that's okay, they've never liked me either. I don't know whether it's that I'm unphotogenic, or just unlucky (Why is it that everyone seems to only want to take my picture on the days I'm sick or have slept on my hair funny or... well, you get the idea.)
Fortunately, I have become a master at thwarting the mad photographers who plague me constantly. Here follow some examples of my victories.
At an early age, I realized that a jacket makes a convenient screen. 
The sweater trick is the
most tried and true variant of the the jacket trick and has thwarted
many a camera happy Historian.  Some mad photographers are slower
than other, allowing for more complete disguises. Here (to the right) we
see the "Bedoiun" variant of the sweater trick. 
When there is no
convenient article of clothing handy, sometimes even a small stuffed
rabbit will do the trick. 
In those unfortunate
situations where there is nothing convenient to hide behind, sitting in
poor lighting can be remarkably effective. (It has the added benefit of
not requiring you to cease your current activity.) 
When standing in full open, with no cover anywhere in sight and ample lighting there's not much you can do. I reccommend turning your back. The paper crown isn't my fault. 
Sometimes, you don't
even have to stop what you're doing to accomplish this. (Don't worry,
I'm sure Charles deserved being sat on.) 
"rabbit trick" can also be performed with oddly shaped pieces of
sculpture, or just about anything that's handy... 
up an elbow deftly obstructs the camera's view. Plus you can claim
later that it was an accident: Can you be blamed if they decided to snap
the picture at the exact moment you decided to don your jacket? Of
course not, you had no idea they were even there. 
Sometimes no effort
whatsoever is needed, because the cameraman simply misses. These are
the sort of people you want to be holding the camera. 
Of course the more deftly and
frequently you manage to avoid them, the harder the mad photographers
try, even ambushing you when you seem to be defensless.  
circumstances, drastic measures may be called for. 
This is always a
sign that they're getting desperate: they have to resort to attempting
to hold me in place by force. Even so, I am victorious. 
Of course the best defense is simply to stay far away from the
camera.   
Let me assure, that my valiant endeavors are indeed justified. As proof I cite the following evidence of what happens to the unwary:         
Here follows a brief tribute to my fellow camera haters.
I have some good pictures from Halloween 1995 as well, the year of the Babylon 5 costume.
 Some relative, possibly my brother.
 Ping Huang, one of the more camera happy Historians.
 Zen Master Dave.
 Derrick Kong
 Susanne Willert
 Zen Master Frank
 Jennifer Catelli
 Jeff Baker