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If you speaks on a tv in an empty room are you in fact a pundit? And even if you are, what could you say that had any impact compared with a sunset over the Pacific Ocean in Oregon? Photo by David Hume Kennerly, the best news photographer of our time and my friend of many years.

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As the official photographer for Gerald Ford, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Hume Kennerly was granted unprecedented access to the White House and first family, capturing a post-Watergate president intent on transparency

Pulitzer Prize-winner David Hume@kennerly  was the official White House photographer during the Ford administration. In this web extra, he talks about how he captured a remarkable photo of first lady Betty Ford.

This #SundayMorning  Gerald R. Ford became the 38th President of the United States. Ford's hand-picked official photographer was 27-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winner David Hume@kennerly , who was granted unheard-of access to the First Family

Coming up on #SundayMorning  Jim Axelrod talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume@kennerly  about his remarkable time in the Ford White House; and with Ford's son, Steven, who remembers his father's close relationship with the photographer

The horrific explosion in Beirut this week made legendary news photographer David Hume Kennerly think of his childhood in Roseburg. (1/9)

Betty Ford died #OTD  in 2011. On the anniversary of her death, we look back at one of the most iconic images of the former first lady, taken by photographer David Hume Kennerly.

As Mrs. Ford prepared to leave the White House, she passed by the empty Cabinet Room and thought to herself, “You know, I’ve always wanted to dance on the cabinet room table.” Luckily White House photographer David Hume Kennerly was on hand to snap the iconic shot.

“Extraordinary Circumstances: The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford” at the Ford Presidential Museum documents President Ford’s time in office from the lens of his personal White House photographer, David Hume Kennerly.


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50 years ago this month Robert Kennedy was a candidate for President. Future #pulitzer  winning Photographer David Hume Kennerly was there. I talked to him about it for

"I don't know that it ended the Vietnam War, but it sure as hell didn't help the cause for the government. One thing I know for sure, anybody who's ever seen that photo has never forgotten it." - David Hume Kennerly, fellow Vietnam War photographer

Taken by White Housephotographer David Hume Kennerly in Los Angeles, 1974:

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