Visual methods are an ever-growing and important part of many academic research projects. Research using such methods has been conducted in sociology (Shrum, Duque and Brown, 2005; Hurdley, 2007), anthropology (Collier and Collier, 1986), psychology (Frith, Riley, Archer and Gleeson, 2005), sport science (Wakefield and Watt, 2012) and geography (Oldrup and Carstensen, 2012) and is embedded into the associated curricula with varying degrees of success in different subject groups.