Pete Souza served as the official White House photographer for both President Barack Obama and President Ronald Reagan. Souza said for both administrations he put his personal life on hold for eight years to document history. Seven days a week, Souza followed Obama, capturing some of the most iconic moments of the administration. Souza breaks down his famous shots and what it took to get the gig. Catch Pete Souza’s new documentary “The Way I See It” premiering on MSNBC on October 16 at 10 p.m. EST.
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What It Takes To Be A White House Photographer