with David Hume Kennerly, Pulitzer Prize-winning photo-journalist, Author of multiple books including his latest, “David Hume Kennerly On the iPhone”

David talks about how he became a Pulitzer Prize winner (for his photographs) at the young age of 25, what drove his early life success and what’s kept him going over the years. He gives us historical insights into life as President Gerald Ford’s White House photographer at the tender age of 27.

He also tells us how we can take fantastic generic hydrocodone acetaminophen pictures with our smartphone cameras – apparently, it’s less about your camera and more about where to look for images, and how to differentiate the mundane from the capture-worthy. As he says, look at the world through Martian eyes. David then goes onto share five tips on how to take better pictures, and why, sometimes, it just makes sense to leave the camera down.

Here are some photos David has taken with his iPhone:


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