The long awaited documentary featuring the Obama administration’s Chief White House Photographer Pete Souza recently made its debut on MSNBC, and Sarah and Allen share their thoughts, and why they shed a few tears.
In addition, Pari Dukovic’s photo of Joe Biden kissing his son Hunter goes viral on Twitter (do you think that’s appropriate????), a comparison of campaign photos in key senate races, Joe McNally recalls photo shoots with Biden and Trump in the 80s, and a lightning round featuring the work of Kriston Jae Bethel, Evan Vucci, Jim Watson, Jabin Botsford, An-My Lê, and finally, Elaine Thompson captures scientists capturing murder hornets!
We mention the following photographers, articles, and websites in this episode:
- Joe McNally tweets a diptych of Biden and Trump
- Covering Biden and Trump in the 80s (via JoeMcNally.com)
- Joe Biden kissing his son, Hunter, and the online backlash it received (via Slate)
- Things My Father Taught Me: An Interview with Joe and Hunter Biden (via Popular Mechanics)
- Pete Souza’s The Way I See It (@petesouza)
- Pete Souza’s Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents (via Amazon)
- How Are Politicians Retouching Their Photos in 2020?
- Kriston Jae Bethel’s Obama photo (@kjbethel)
- Evan Vucci’s Trump coverage (@evanvucci)
- David Hume Kennerly tweets Jim Watson’s Debate photo
- Jabin Botsford’s trump photos (@jabinbotsford)
- An-My Lê’s White House briefing room (via NYT)
- Washington Scientists Destroy First Murder Hornet Nest in US (via Gizmodo)