Photographer Linda Solomon is hoping to change some lives with her project, "Pictures of Hope." She's traveling across the country and visiting homeless shelters to teach children the art of photography. Solomon, alongside Linda Schlesinger Wagner of Skinny Tees, a sponsor of the program, appeared on KCAL9 News with more. Amy Johnson reports.

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