Richard Ham is a prolific, longtime photographer, who snapped photos of everyone from the Queen of England to Winston Churchill. So he didn't think much of the long-lost negatives he took of a painter named Pablo Picasso.
What does a life of guns, children, and prayer mats look like through a photographer's lens? Air Force photographer Larry Reid talks about taking pictures of sergeants mixing with everyday Afghanis. How did it change his perspective? Join us for a special conversation.