I'm looking to compile a list of do's and don'ts for photo documenting environmental issues. I'm ...
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by stevie |
June 14, 2019 18:47 |
I'm looking to compile a list of do's and don'ts for photo documenting environmental issues. I'm specifically looking to capture photos that will be useful in documenting permit violations. What are things I should keep in mind?
This list is compiled from a couple of research notes and posts. Specifically from @a1ahna and her work on a monitoring guide for people in Louisiana related to oil and gas issues, and notes shared by Mary Dougherty, a photographer from Bayfield County WI.
Things to do when taking photos of environmental issues:
Things to avoid:
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