PechaKucha Presentation

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Rob Bridge

Music Photographer and Blogger in Nuneaton

Why I Photograph Musicians

PRESENTED ON OCT 04, 2016
IN COVENTRY @ VOL 27

"When you're a photographer, you have this tremendous responsibility, to show this person the best way you can, in a way that's authentic."

In Why I Photograph Musicians, from PechaKucha Night Coventry Vol. 27Rob Bridge explains why he spend hours, days, weeks and years traipsing from one end of the United Kingdom to the other to photograph musicians that you’ve probably never heard of…

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, January 23rd, 2017.

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Why I Love Photographing Food

BY MEREDITH DYER
@ VOL 25 ON OCT 30, 2015

In honor of World Food Day:

"It's art on a plate... it's a different art form."

In "Why I Love Photographing Food" from PechaKucha Night Christchurch Vol. 25, Food photographer Meredith Dyer explains why she loves photographing food in ten reasons. Spoiler alert, some of the most exciting parts are the people! 

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Capturing a Moment

BY NAMITA AZAD
IN BROOKLYN

Namita Azad is a freelance photographer specializing in wedding and travel photography. Her presentation explains how each photograph is a story caught in time and how she makes sure they become beautiful memories.

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Why I'm Taking Analog Photographs

BY LUTZ MICHEN
@ VOL 11 ON APR 21, 2016

Dresden based Photographer Lutz Michen presents seven and a  half reasons of why he is taking analog photographs. As his preference lies on working with middle format cameras, through his slides he explaines, that photography needs to be done in an analog way..

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Why I Hate My Old Photos

BY JAY JOHAR
IN BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

Get a friend who's as mad as you are about shooting photos, start with what (camera) you have and take pictures any time of the day, and you'll soon start hating your old photos, too.  Which is a good sign.  Two-time PKN presenter Jay Johar tells you why.

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One Photograph

BY KARA SHAY CHOATE
@ VOL 5 ON OCT 12, 2016

"My favorite photo is the one I have yet to take... but really all of my photos are my favorite."

Kara Choate, and her husband, Jeremy, are the team behind Choate House. After first meeting in art school, they've been together ever since and love being parents to their three awesome kids. Originating from a huge love for art, Kara is passionate about documenting personal stories & advertising projects through photography and motion films.

This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 12th, 2017. 

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Why I Wander

BY CHERYL REGO
@ VOL 13 ON NOV 25, 2016

Cheryl Rego loves to see the world, from Bancroft to Bangkok and everything in between. She talks about how and why her wanderlust emerged.

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Why I Fell in Love with Photography and What I Did About It

BY HEATHER MILNE
@ VOL 30 ON MAR 15, 2017

Heather Milne, obsessed with details, recently fell in love with photography. She loves following light, capturing animals and documenting patterns, lines and rhythms. She uses photography as a tool to explore ways of weaving details into stories.  

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Fostering and Decorating Madison Musicians

BY BETH KILLE
@ VOL 24 ON NOV 09, 2017

Beth Kille believes that Madison has the talent and tenacity to become a power-player in the world of music and that this can be accomplished by providing fertile ground for the up-and-comers, and by honoring the accomplishments of our go-getters. She seeks to do that through her work as the Music Director for Girls Rock Camp Madison and as the Executive Producer of the Madison Area Music Association (MAMA) Awards. This presentation will provide an overview of the inner workings of these two non-profit organizations.

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Madison as an Up-and-Coming Music Scene

BY BUZZ KEMPER
@ VOL 24 ON NOV 09, 2017

In Buzz Kemper's work with symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles, choral groups, jazz ensembles, rock bands and solo artists in the Madison area for over 30 years, he has seen the rise of the music scene as well as the rise of the level of support for musicians (recording facilities, live sound companies and sound/light designers), as well as audience interest in the arts.