It’s better to live a life the way we like to. Like a chef in a star hotel, rugby player for our own land or like Pete Souza who spent 8 years of his life photographing Obama for two terms in The Oval office.
He says, “When you add up (the president’s) day, and all the things that I photograph, I take a lot of pictures,” said the photographer in a short interview for BBC Newsnight. “Someone in my office who monitors this said that I’ll probably end up taking, at the end of eight years, two million photographs.”
Souza, who also served as Ronald Reagan‘s official photographer in the years 1983 to 1989, clicked his first pictures of Obama back in 2005. “He’s walking around Red Square, he’s on a sidewalk, and nobody knows who he is,” he said. Just four years later however, Obama was elected as the 44th President of the United States.