Michael du Cille’s image portrays the respectful manner in which a body washer prepares the body for burial. The commentary is by three-time Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Michel du Cille, The Washington Post. Michael du Cille died in December 2014 while on assignment in Liberia covering the Ebola outbreak. He was a board member of the National Press Photographers Foundation.
Eric Schoch, writer and photographer, tells the story behind his picture of three boys from South Africa. The picture has a story but leaves many questions unanswered due to Eric’s very brief encounter.
Nikki Kahn, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist for The Washington Post, describes the picture she made of President Obama reflecting on his last campaign in Iowa, the state that started him on the path to become President of the United States of America.
Hear Frank Johnston’s story about how he missed the spot news picture of Jack Ruby killing Lee Harvey Oswald.
John Hamilton describes his approach to photographing bareback bronc riders, cowboys that have true grit.