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The pageantry of the event was, for me, the most interesting part of coverage. People arrived wearing every conceivable hat or pin......

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I made a lot images of the kids romping through the blizzard of paper, but when Carly formed a confetti angel, I knew the picture was right in front of me....

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While covering Mitt Romney at a pancake breakfast, I made a fun picture of two young boys who were watching Gov. Romney speak to a small crowd....

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We were packed in like sardines. I could barely move. At one point, the barber’s arm was bumped as he used a straight razor to shave Huckabee’s face....

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Covering the Romney campaign, I had asked his campaign staff for time with the candidate “behind the scenes,” away from the podium and arranged events. ......

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As we were being ushered into the back of the plane, I remember seeing Hillary Clinton wearing a red jacket and talking on her cell phone ......

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I grab images of my fellow journalists ... and the unusual periphery that surrounds a major political campaign. ...

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I got lucky when I stumbled upon Mr. Spencer being hugged by a friend as tears rolled down his cheeks. It was just me, not the usual gaggle of cameras....

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The most telling, important images -- the ones Senior Editorial Advisor Cole Porter hopes you see -- are becoming harder to come by....

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Getty Images photographer Mario Tama recalls: True to form, they put on their game faces as they approached the stage where I made this frame. ...

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Working the rope line doeesn't always yield such expressive images. Photographer Chip Somodevilla recalls how he captured one in particular....

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27Letters, our guide to visual trends, focuses on image management this week -- as important to politics now as it ever was....

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