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Changing life and work environments have led to a decline in permanency of employment within industrialised societies. The new millennium calls for portfolio workers with transportable skills. Skills and work practices heavily bound to one context are no longer considered as currency; employers are calling for generic attributes to be identified. This paper discusses the second stage of a learning and development project at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia. One of the projects the Faculty of Education's Flexible Pedagogies research team are investigating is the use of digital images to aid reflection. The paper focuses on how the taking of still and video images whilst on practicum placement aided reflection with two cohorts of pre-service teachers.