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"If photographers are good at anything," explains Michael Lutzky, "we're good at paying close attention to little behaviors and little details and making ourselves available to see those." His sensitivity to detail has served him well. His coverage of Kosovo captures a family's excitement and fear as they head home from the United States to their war-torn homeland. In a photo essay on D.C. Housing Inspector Jim Delgado, Lutzky paints a portrait of a public servant that any D.C. slumlord should fear. Lutzky's work has received numerous awards, including two Pulitzer Prize nominations and several Pictures of the Year awards. Armed with his digital video camera and Macintosh, he has also produced documentaries for TV and radio, as well as innovative Web projects combining video, audio and still pictures for MSNBC, JournalE and washingtonpost.com. He is married to Post photographer Juana Arias.