Are you familiar with PechaKucha? In Japanese "pecha kucha" means "chit-chat" but it is also the name of a simple presentation style where 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each. That means the presentation is a total of 6 minutes and 20 seconds. PechaKucha events began in Tokyo in 2003 and have spread to more than 1000 cities worldwide. (For more information, click here.)
Why am I telling you this? Because I'm giving my first PechaKucha presentation in Nishinomiya, Kobe, on Friday evening. I've been asked to talk about my photography but, to be honest, I'm rather nervous. For one thing, it will be the first time I've ever stood up in front of a group as a "photographer". And second, although I've prepared (a lot!), the format is a little intimidating. It's challenging to fit everything into the slide/time limitations.
That said, it has also been a fun challenge and, once it's over, I'm sure I'll be happy I participated. I will keep you posted!
WIsh me luck! (^.^)/
(Here is the last slide from my presentation.)
I'm a photographer based in Osaka, Japan. I love to take photographs. I like to share.