Madrid Photo Rally

The photo rally requires team work and strategy to Follow clues, maps and knowledge from the locals, to identify the location of a photo, and then reproduce it.

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The Madrid Photo Rallye

In order to succeed in the photo rally team work and strategy is required to follow clues, maps and knowledge from the locals to identify the location of a photo, and then reproduce it with the art of photography.
Put your photography skills to the test whilst exploring some of the most iconic locations in Spain’s vibrant capital city.

An air of friendly competition will be created as groups compete in teams of 4 to 6 people in an attempt to recreate a set of professional photographs distributed to each team before the start of this exciting challenge. Teamwork and communication will be key in attempting to navigate a new city, armed only with city maps, the knowledge of the local people, and some photographic clues to identify the locations in which to perform the recreations. The creativity and innovation of each team will also need to be utilized, with some tasks requiring free expression and exploration to create photographs of team members completing a few simple tasks or situations.

Once the challenge is complete, our professional photographer will then collate, judge and critique the photographs taken, declaring the winning team based on the quality of photos present.

This particular activity can be staged at any time of the day and is ideal for groups containing 10 or more people. As a teambuilding activity the photo rally is well suited as an exciting and fun-filled way of splitting up a set of meetings/conferences, providing the opportunity to experience the diversity of Madrid through visiting both well known and some less well known city locations.

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