The White House’s Pete Souza Has Shot Nearly 2M Photos Of Obama, Here Some Of His Favorites – Design You Trust

The White House’s Pete Souza Has Shot Nearly 2M Photos Of Obama, Here Some Of His Favorites

For the last 8 years, Pete Souza has been the Official White House Photographer. Over the course of President Obama’s two terms, Souza estimates he will have taken nearly 2 million photographs. You can find over 6,600 on the White House’s official Flickr account. Souza has captured some incredibly powerful, heartfelt and poignant moments of the President over the last 8 years and a gallery of 16 photos has recently gone viral, claiming to be Souza’s personal favorites. Although he has denied this claim, the photos are still amazing.

More info: Pete Souza, Flickr, Facebook (h/t: twistedsifter)

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