IN PHOTOS: Justin Trudeau’s 1st 100 days through the lens of PM’s official photographer

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Justin Trudeau’s official photographer released a retrospective documenting the prime minister’s first 100 days in office.

Friday marks Trudeau’s 100th day as prime minister and his photographer, Adam Scotti, gave the public a glimpse into the life of the prime minster in a series of black and white images.

Scotti shared several candid, never-seen-before images of Trudeau on the photo managing website Flickr.

While some of the black and white images show the prime minister in his formal role, other images show Trudeau as a father and husband.

In November, Scotti captured an image of the prime minister bottle feeding his son Hadrien in a hotel elevator just shortly after meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Other images show the prime minister in closed-door meetings, greeting foreign well-wishers and joking with fellow members of parliament.

Trudeau’s first days as prime minister have also been well documented on Scotti’s 老域名怎么购买 and Instagram accounts.

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#tbt #cdngingersnaps

A post shared by Adam Scotti (@adamscotti) on Dec 10, 2015 at 7:59am PST

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Reception for the heads of missions held in the hall of honour #cdnpoli #parliamenthill #ottawa #cdngingersnaps #MyOttawa

A post shared by Adam Scotti (@adamscotti) on Dec 7, 2015 at 6:53pm PST

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Arrived in #Alberta #edmonton

A post shared by Adam Scotti (@adamscotti) on Feb 3, 2016 at 3:33pm PST

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Xavier and Ella-Grace joined their father in raising the peace tower flag the morning of the swearing-in. They also stopped to look at grand-papa’s portrait while on the hill. #first100 #cdngingersnaps

A post shared by Adam Scotti (@adamscotti) on Feb 8, 2016 at 6:37am PST

Here’s a look at some of the images of Scotti’s retrospective.

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