See exclusive photos from the 2009 Presidential Inauguration on Photobucket

Photobucket has been selected as the online photo destination for the Barack Obama 2009 Presidential Inaugural Book.*

As part of this project, you can upload photos for inclusion in the Inaugural Book on Photobucket. You can also see amazing photos taken by an award-winning team of photographers with special access to Inauguration events. Below are links to the photographers sending photos to Photobucket as part of this project.

Robert McNeely (see album)
Mr.
McNeely is Producer for the Official Barack Obama 2009 Inaugural Book.
Among many other career accomplishments, he was President Clinton's
Director of White House Photographic Operations, and his personal
photographer from 1993 to 1998.

David Hume Kennerly (see album)
Mr.
Kennerly is Producer for the Official Barack Obama 2009 Inaugural Book
and has been shooting on the frontlines of history for four decades. He
has photographed seven Presidents and eight wars, and was Personal
Photographer for President Gerald R. Ford.

Sam Kittner (see album)
Mr.
Kittner's portrait and secen setting photographs have appeared
world-wide in publications such as Time, Newsweek, Washingtonian,
BusinessWeek and People.

Karen Ballard (see album)
Ms.
Ballard has served as principal unit photographer on films such as
Munich, The Hunting Party, Rambo IV, Defiance, and Quantum of Solace.

Paul Morse (see album)
Mr. Morse is a Washington DC based freelance photographer who worked for President Bush as White House staff photographer.

Daniel Cima (see album)
Mr.
Cima worked as Senior Staff Photographer for the Red Cross for 18
years, photographing disasters around the world; his body of work
reflects social conditions in countries across the world.

Bruce Talamon (see album)
Buce Talamon is Los Angeles-based, where he shoots feature films.

Anne Day (see album)
Ms.
Day is a freelance photographer and writer who covered the Namibian
Independence and release of Nelson Mandela for Reuters; her work has
appeared in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Washington Post,
Fortune and Vogue.

Hector Emanuel (see album)
Mr.
Emanuel is a Peruvian-born photographer whose work focuses mainly on
social and political issues in Latin America and the US; his
award-winning photos have been widely exhibited and he regularly
contributes to books, newspapers and magazines.

Gil Garcetti (see album)
Mr. Garcetti is an urban, fine art and documentary photographer with five published photo books.

You can see their photos as they arrive linked from this page on Photobucket: http://photobucket.com/obamaphotobook

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2 Comments

  1. Honey Rovit
    January 20, 2009

    I moved back to the usa from France in 2001, and found myself in charge of Obama Headquarters in Bennington VT. before the primary.
    I cried like a fool during the oath today. It was a long journey from the age of eleven when I saw a sculpture by my beloved art teacher Meta Warrick Fuller: it was a group of people carrying a man on their shoulders and I was terrified because I was told the man had been killed because he was a negro-like Mrs Fuller.,.
    I had no idea what a negro was , but for the rest of my life this has haunted me.
    Mrs Fuller, and my dear friends Ralph and Fanny Ellison could not see what I saw today so I wept for their sakes too.

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  2. HOBO(nickname)
    January 25, 2009

    My first visit to the website and I found it very nice.
    Cheers !!!

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