Chapter FourteenSlideshow Module
Years ago I watched one of my favorite photographers present his work in a slideshow using a slide projector. There was the hum of the projector fan and his voice narrating a wonderful collection of images. In a darkened room, seeing his work come to life inspired me to create my own slideshows.
The presentation was dramatic, yet I knew that creating an analog slideshow was a tedious process of sequencing lots of mounted slides, keeping them clean, and keeping them in order. You had to insert every slide in the carousel one at a time, and if you wanted to add or remove a slide, which happened over and over, you had to reshuffle the entire carousel—an experience that these days few people miss!
That said, ...
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