Behold Trump White House adviser Stephen K. Bannon by Nadev Kandar for Time magazine.
Then, behold Obama White House adviser Valerie Jarrett by Nadev Kandar for the New York Times Magazine.
That's right. It's the same photographer at "work" -- political work, though, not photojournalism. Indeed, what a difference a photographer's raw politics makes. Every trick in the lighting and processing book is on display here. Bannon gets the Lucifer lights; Jarrett gets a Debbie Reynolds glow.
And not just Jarrett, by the way. Using similar photographic wiles, Kandar created a rather massive "Inauguration Gallery" of "Obama's People" back in 2009, which serves as a reality check on the MSM all its own.
Message to Trump White House: Beware of MSM photographers bearing flash bulbs.