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That provides the foundation for a documentary, "The Way I See It," which offers an insider's view of Barack Obama presidency through Souza's unerring lens.

It is a curious thing: Souza is much better known today than he was when he was doing the work of a lifetime during Obama’s two terms. As the title suggests, how viewers respond to that, like everything else in partisan times, will surely be in the eye of the beholder. For many of a certain political persuasion — especially now, as we go through a dystopia of disease, racial strife and climate catastrophe — Barack Obama is taking on legendary status. And with that, Souza became famous. Using Twitter, Souza started posting photos of Obama while issuing subtle but unmistakably caustic critiques of Trump. Bay Area social media pro shares her expat experience, 'The West Wing' and its misguided idealism are back, and we're all for it, Fort Mason Flix extends run of drive-in movies with Halloween on the Bay, adds SF Opera performance, Review: 'Helstrom' brings Marvel's demented side to Hulu but lacks big scares, As election day nears, 'empathy' is key word of 23rd United Nations Association Festival, Review: Liam Neeson shows that they've messed with the wrong guy — again — in 'Honest Thief', Review: Life goes on in 'Social Distance' even when the world is standing still, Review: Mother tackles prison system in moving ‘Time’. It’s likely that there are people yet unborn who will feel the same way. Souza makes the case for the value of the still image. Interspersed with these vignettes are scenes of Souza and Obama behind the scenes. Starring Pete Souza and Barack Obama. "The Way I See It," a documentary about Barack Obama's White House photographer, and "John Lewis: Good Trouble" are both the work of Dawn Porter. If something was going on, Souza, as the official White House photographer, was there. The Way I See It is a 2020 American documentary film directed and produced by Dawn Porter, revolving around Pete Souza, the former Chief Official White House Photographer. But at several points in the film, Porter shows how a single image — the little boy touching Obama’s hair or the sight of the president comforting the parent of a child killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting — can crystallize a moment for history. Souza served as a photographer in the Reagan White House before he was approached about chronicling Obama's terms -- a job with its own.

M “The Way I See It”: Documentary. Before Obama, Souza worked as a photographer for the Reagan administration. Those are two heavy-hitting presidents, arguably the two most important of the past 40 years. At one point, Souza contrasts the photo he took of Obama in the situation room during the Osama bin Laden raid with a comparable photo of President Trump and his lieutenants. » CLICK BLUE LINK TO WATCH http://hd.partnerwebfilm.com/play.php?movie=tt11290556 Souza had unlimited access. Your weekly guide to Bay Area arts & entertainment.