The invention of photography has enabled man to capture a moment in time which lasts for eternity. It helps deal with the instant gratification syndrome that prevents teams from maturing and appreciating the value of timing and apprenticeship which is so sadly lacking in many young team's today.
The elegance and drama of black and white photography has captivated us for centuries, and even with the relentless pace of technology, the attraction of this process has not been lost. Black and white photography is as timeless as the mountains, and is powerful and expressive, making it the perfect platform on which to build a dynamic, fulfilling team experience.
The black and white process is easy to follow and lends itself to experimentation and story-telling. The end result is a powerful visual communication and interpretation of how delegates have viewed the challenges put before them. In the words of a famous photographer "to tell it like it is, is to lay it bare for the whole world to see" - a provocative medium that is guaranteed to excite and intrigue all who take part.