Via PBS News Hour:
The White House uses photography to document, convey messages and shape public perception. Kwame Holman reports on a dust up -- and possible truce -- between the Obama administration and the press, who complain their access to capture those moments of the presidency has been greatly limited.
JUDY WOODRUFF: Next: a look at how the White House shapes the presidential image and a possible truce between the press corps and the Obama administration over access to the president.
NewsHour congressional correspondent Kwame Holman has our story.
KWAME HOLMAN: These are familiar images to ma...