Photography communicates emotion. It can bring attention to community issues that need policy change. Usually, outsiders define what is important through their own lens. This is an opportunity for you to define the frame and tell your community's policy story through photography.
The practice of photography encourage a close relationship with light and appreciation for colors and textures that appear our environments.
WHAT DOES YOUR POLICY ISSUE LOOK LIKE?
Make a picture of it.
Who are the people who are important to your issue?
What processes are involved in your policy issue?
Where does the policy issue and/or solution take place?
Begin by interviewing the landscape
Policy is embedded in place - what does that look like?