Behind the Scenes

In this presidential campaign, TIME's great photojournalists get up close and personal as no one else can

I first met and worked with the great photojoumalist Diana Walker when I covered my first presidential campaign in 1988. We were following Michael Dukakis, and she was generous enough to show a novice where to sit on the bus and how not to be the last person to get one's bags from the campaign plane. She also helped show me how to see--to look for the things that others don't notice.

That's what distinguishes Diana--the tiny but telling detail, the curious angle that gives the viewer a new insight. And though Diana has a large personality, she also excels at...

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