LensFlare 35 is a weekly show brought to you by Dave Warner. In this week's episode, Dave interviews Photojournalist, Explorer of Light and Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer David Hume Kennerly. David has been photographing history for more than four decades. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography in 1972 for his remarkable photographs of the Vietnam War. David was also a contributing editor for Newsweek, and a contributing photographer for Time and Life magazines. He is a producer and one of the principle photographers of Barrack Obama: The Official Inaugural Guide, and continues to travel the globe to produce insightful images of important historic events.
In this episode, David talks about what it was like to receive the Pulitzer Prize while he was so young, the controversy over his latest image in Newsweek, what image that has had the MOST impact on him, what it is like to be part of the inner circle in Washington, an event that was emotional even for him, and tips for working your way up as a photojournalist.
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