Some presidents loved photographers assigned to them. Others hated them. Photographer Dennis Brack gathered the tales and images in his new book of White House occupants and photographers. The photos will be on exhibit at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in Washington until Feb. 6.
Early days Presidential photography began, Brack writes, the day in 1860 that Matthew Brady took the portrait of soon-to-be-Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln. The image became a sensation. Here’s a look of some of the early White House photographers, with an appropriate backdrop. Library of Congress
Chadwick Boseman gives a Wakanda salute at Howard University commencement, protests in Gaza over U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, a spokeless Ferris wheel, shooting at Sante Fe High School in Texas and more images from around the world.