President Barack Obama's official portrait for his second term was unveiled on Friday, Jan. 19. 2013.
Posted to the White House Flickr account, the new portrait was taken in the Oval Office. Obama is smiling broadly in the photo, unlike the tight-lipped smile he had in his first term photo.
Aside from a beaming smile, the big difference in the new portrait of the president is his hair. In his second term photo, Obama sports much grayer hair than he had in his first portrait.
It's not surprising to see a change in President Obama's hair color, especially after a stressful year of campaigning for a second term in the White House.
The president's first term portrait was also taken by Pete Souza. Released to the media on Jan. 14, 2009, it was the first time an official presidential portrait was taken with a digital camera.
The unveiling of the new portrait comes right before the president is sworn in for his second term.
He will be officially sworn in on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. President Obama's public inauguration will be held the following day, Monday, Jan. 21.