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Robert Clark is an award-winning photographer who has documented everything from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to high school football. In an interview with NBC's Ann Curry for the original web series Depth of Field, Clark says his dyslexia diagnosis is something that has defined him. "Your brain is just wired a little differently," he said.