Tons of photos clogging your hard drive with no easy way to show them off? Peter West Carey describes how you can make an interesting and dynamic slide show and target it to specific audiences.
Peter West Carey writes:
Presenting a slideshow of your work can be a very rewarding event or an evening of frustration, depending on how well you prepare and plan. It was once told to me that for every 30 minutes of presentation, I should spend 40 hour preparing. This includes planning, choosing images, organizing, practice, rework, more practice, more rework and then some more practice. This rule of thumb is more true for a professional or highly important presentation than a backyard viewing during a BBQ, but the process is just as important.
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