I was invited to present at the inaugural Australian Institute of Photography’s SlideShow night. It was organised by Hamish Ta-mé. His idea is to connect artists from different disciplines whilst giving artists the opportunity to showcase their work. This is especially important in regional areas such as the Southern Highlands.
12 photographers presented a vast range of works. The presentation style was based on a slideshow series called Pecha Kucha. Basically it is a style that the presenter gets 10 minutes to present 20 images.
Rather than just discuss particular photographs as they appeared on-screen, my presentation was a technical discussion about panoramic images including various techniques and solutions to potential problems.
I think later I realised that every one of my images had received awards.
It was also an interesting history lesson as I presented my images in chronological order, so it was interesting to see changes in both my technique and style.
The night was great fun and it was a privilege to co-present with such a range of wonderful photographers.
Hamish has also compiled a 7 minute video of the presentations by clicking on this link
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