Pres. Bill Clinton and Kirk Tuck.
I did an assignment that makes me remember why I love being a photographer. The critical part of the assignment was to photograph former president, Bill Clinton, with about 60 VIPs, individually. I set up a small studio at the location and made images of Mr. Clinton with each of the guests. At the end of the session Mr. Clinton was heading toward the door and he stopped and turned around. He called over to me and asked me if I wanted to do a photograph as well. I quickly said, "Yes! Thank you."
I was impressed that he took the time to include me. I'm used to always being on the other side of the camera. I wish I did not look like a deer in the headlights. Don't care what side of the political spectrum you subscribe to, the man had big time charisma.
Sony Camera. Elinchrom Light. Startled subject/photographer.