Pete Souza, former Chief White House Photographer, speaks with Raymond Hatfield on the Beginner Photography Podcast about what led him to photography and his journey from sports writer to photographer. Hear stories from Souza’s time taking photos of two presidential administrations and how he captured the first digital portrait of a sitting president. Be sure to check out Souza’s new book, The West Wing and Beyond, for a unique look at the people who make the presidency work.
On top of his incredible career working for publications such as National Geographic and The Chicago Sun Times, Pete Souza has documented the presidential administrations for Ronald Regan and was the Chief White House Photographer for the Obama administration. Today Pete Souza comes on the Beginner Photography Podcast to talk about what its like working in the Presidential Bubble and his new book “The West Wing and Beyond” which gives us a behind the scenes look at the people and the human element that goes into supporting an administration.
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