Photos of candidates going door-to-door, meeting voters at their front door. Sometimes meeting seniors, other times younger families.
Photo illustrations are used to help convey a message where other images are not available. One example is the ‘perp walk’ of pubic officials indicted for corruption.
Photos showing the candidate at work, or performing their public duties. Working on local problems, getting briefed on new developments.
Photos of the candidate working at their desk, sometimes late at night. Studying reports, getting back to constituents, delving into policy debates.
Public officials and candidates talking with children, and getting a better understanding of education issues. Young children make these shots challenging.
Candidates in natural environments such as parks, fields, and nature preserves. Photos can be “on-the-job” or portrait style, depending on the candidates’s background.
Photos of candidates talking with police about crime and public safety. Getting briefed by law enforcement officials and understanding the challenges.
Portrait shots of candidates and public officials, usually in settings that say something about their background, or the office they are running for.
Shots of public officials meeting with others to discuss problems local needs. Capturing the ability to work with others and develop solutions.
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