David Kennerly says this 1968 photo of his, taken in Los Angeles at the beginning of Robert F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign, captures what it meant to cover the chaotic and carefree period as a photojournalist. “Everybody could get close, everybody wanted to,” he says.

David Kennerly says this 1968 photo of his, taken in Los Angeles at the beginning of Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign, captures what it meant to cover the chaotic and carefree period as a photojournalist. "Everybody could get close, everybody wanted to," he says.

David Kennerly says this 1968 photo of his, taken in Los Angeles at the beginning of Robert F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign, captures what it meant to cover the chaotic and carefree period as a photojournalist. “Everybody could get close, everybody wanted to,” he says.

David Kennerly says this 1968 photo of his, taken in Los Angeles at the beginning of Robert F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign, captures what it meant to cover the chaotic and carefree period as a photojournalist. “Everybody could get close, everybody wanted to,”