Film Producer Bruce Edwin, publishing editor at The Hollywood Sentinel announces today that his office has been told the official news; President Elect Barack Obama is the first president in United States history to have his official inauguration photo taken on a digital camera, and is expected to be the most photographed man on Earth.
Bruce Edwin, a talent manager at Starpower Management LLC states that Mr. Obama will also be the most photographed president in the world, surpassing even Kennedy. Mr. Edwin, an expert on fame and celebrity, states that Obama's celebrity is equal to that of a rock star, and greater. 'Over a million people are expected to flood Washington for his inauguration,' Mr. Edwin states. "He is smartly tying it in with Martin Luther King Day, the day before. There are more rock, pop, and R&B stars performing for this party than for any president in history," he states. 'If he doesn't get the kids watching to see him, they'll be watching to see Hanna Montana.'
Mr. Edwin further states, '2009 is also the official year of acceptance for digital photography. With director Danny Boyle winning best picture for the Golden Globe for Slumdog Millionaire, shot on three digital cameras, the official notice last month of the death of VHS, the transition of the music industry to digital, and now, the White House photographer shooting the president on a digital camera, America is now officially a digital land.' Yet,' he assures, 'film will still last.'
Concerning Obama's image and fame, Bruce Edwin mentions Obama's words on how he feels about his own celebrity, stating; 'The fact that my 15 minutes of fame has extended a little longer than 15 minutes is somewhat surprising to me and completely baffling to my wife.'
The Hollywood Sentinel's Bruce Edwin further reports on Obama's statement concerning how he feels about his possibilities for hope in the United States, Obaba reveals, 'My parents shared not only an improbable love, they shared an abiding faith in the possibilities of this nation. They would give me an African name, Barack, or blessed, believing that in a tolerant America, your name is no barrier to success.'
Mr. Barack Obama became The President of the United States of America on Tuesday, January 20th, 2009.