Politico Magazine has selected its choices for the 10 Best Washington Photos of 2014. A panel of photojournalists — including Dennis Brack, Melissa Golden, Brooks Kraft and Lance Rosenfield — helped the magazine select the series. The panel’s top picks went to Larry Downing, of Reuters; Saul Loeb, of Agence […]
Former AP photo editor and shooter Toby Massey passed away Thursday at home in Columbia, South Carolina. Massey was a well liked and respected member of the photojournalism community. During his 38 years at the Associated Press Massey photographed or directed coverage of major sports and political events as well […]
The controversy over the Obama Administration using official photos while bypassing the independent photojournalists covering the White House continues to increase. White House News Photographers Association member and “ Presidential Picture Stories: Behind the Cameras at the White House” author Dennis Brack curated a collection of historic images of photographers […]
Happy Birthday to Dennis Brack! Long time Washington, DC photojournalist and former WHNPA President Dennis was at the White House fulfilling his Independent Still Photo Pool duties today. It was a busy day, with an unscheduled statement by President Obama during a press conference on his health care law and […]
Photographers who document are a breed to themselves. No one does it better than the official White House photographers. Last night at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. five of this elite group shared some stories. Each had a different way of doing their job. David Hume Kennerly provided a […]
Dennis Brack has donated his archive of photographic work to the Briscoe Center for American History. In a press release from the Briscoe Center announced the longtime WHNPA member will be housed at the The University of Texas at Austin and consists of, ” more than 150,000 slides” and, “spans the last five decades”.