President Donald Trump personally intervened to have a government photographer edit official photos of his inauguration to make the crowd look bigger. That’s according to a new report published by The Guardian.
A New York Times photographer who has vocally protested White House Press Pool blackouts is now saying that photographers get more access to Trump than they did to Obama. Photojournalist Doug Mills made headlines back in November 2017 by Tweeting a black “photo” to protest the lack of access provided to the White House Travel […]
Nine months after taking office, the White House has finally released official portraits of both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Last month, the Washington Post did a story highlighting the empty walls of some 9,600 federal buildings, all waiting for for an official portrait of the new POTUS. In the meantime, the […]
The White House just published President Trump’s official portrait photo, which means the one that was released in January 2017 was a placeholder until the real official photo could be made. The newly released portrait was shot on Friday, October 6, 2017, by official White House photographer Shealah Craighead. In case you missed it the […]
Pete Souza, the former Chief Official White House Photographer during the Obama administration, returned to Ohio University in March this year to present a selection of images from his time photographing the President.
After the Trump administration decided to again ban camera from a press conference, CNN decided to get creative: the network decided to send a sketch artist instead. CNN writes that their usual Supreme Court sketch artist, Bill Hennessy, was sent over to the White House on Friday afternoon to document the press conference led by […]
Andrew Harnik is a photographer for the Associated Press who’s one of the people responsible for covering the President of the United States. In this 5. 5-minute episode of Format’s InFrame documentary series, we get an insight into Harnik’s life behind a lens trained on President Trump.
The White House was criticized by the media this week for allowing a Russian press photographer into the Oval Office for President Trump’s meeting with Russia’s foreign minister while the U. S.
President Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian diplomats is being heavily criticized by US photographers today. The administration’s decision to lock out US media has left them open to accusations of contributing to Russian propaganda, and potentially opening itself up to espionage.
CBS Sunday Morning aired this 5-minute segment in which President Obama and official White House photographer Pete Souza look back at 8 years of Souza’s photography. As Obama prepares to step out of the White House after two terms, Souza is also wrapping up his second stint as White House photographer: he was also the […]