Posts Tagged ‘Barack Obama’

How Photographer Stephen Crowley Works Around White House Photo Ops

Posted by on Monday December 8, 2014 | Photojournalism

New York Times photographer Stephen Crowley, an astute, keen-eyed observer of Washington politics, explains in an interview appearing in this month’s edition of PDN how he built his career working around obstacles to access. “They have their stage,” he says of politicians and their handlers. “I’m content to walk behind the cavalcade and observe.” His... More

Media Protest White House Limits on Photographers

Posted by on Thursday November 21, 2013 | Media, Photojournalism

More than three dozen news organizations and journalists’ trade associations have submitted a joint letter of protest to the Obama administration, charging it with denying the news media the right to photograph and videotape President Obama while he is performing his official duties. “We write to protest the limits on access currently barring photographers who... More