Thanks to George Clinton, whenever I hear or see The White House, I think of painting it black.
Photographing The White House is no longer a simple task. When you approach the fence, you’re surrounded by tourists, police and you’re now a target by the snipers hiding on the roof.
In order to get a good shot, I had to wait until people walked away from the fence, carefully put my lens in between posts and frame my shot with the little room I had to play with.
All in all, I am happy to have a photograph of The White House. My goal is to one day photograph the building and property from inside the fence. Maybe a president will invite me. I can only hope.
Thanks for reading and happy shooting,