This conclusion presents some closing thoughts of the concept discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book explores the problem of disciplinary distance in relation to the time delay of the photovoice approach moving from health-based research to visual sociology. It explains the auteur theory in relation to its premise that to gain an understanding of the internal narrative of the image, it is imperative to acknowledge the role of the image maker. The book focuses on the ethical landscapes of representation, interpretation, voice, trust, confidentiality, and the unintended consequences of research with narratives and visual images. It deals with creative forms of dissemination, which have attempted to engender these spaces of seeing; for example, M. Richardson's conceptualisation of theatre as a safe space and the play Under Us All, which drew on the verbatim accounts of participants' visual elicitation interviews and conversations in his ethnographic fieldwork.