Just to share - photos are a huge part of qualitative research communication of findings - the photos really bring alive the already rich and deep information collected and analysed. It seems people/the audience really "get it" when they see the reality of our messages during presentation - especially in developing countries and particularly where we undertook the research. Of course in our reports, use of photos is excellent triangulation - providing strong communication of the findings/ data collected in real time - whether the farmer field innovations, improvements of assets, wellbeing indications etc. The photos also reflect and assist us in communicating in real life our methodological approach and actual tools used. we have many reports and presentations showing our participants during focus groups discussion hovered around venn digarams, or matrices.