Photographer Javier Montano was kind enough to offer his skills for Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto vol. 14 back in June, and the results were stunning. You can see his group shot from the event here.
Javier will be holding a Photo Camp on the first weekend in November. It’s a 2-day event where participants can learn about photography directly from Javier out in the field and stay overnight at a share house in Hyogo prefecture, complete with a trip to a traditional bathhouse.
The price is an absolute steal, and includes accommodation and meals; I’ll let you look for yourself. If you have a camera, want to learn how to use it, and have the weekend free, you’d be nuts to pass this up.
Get all the details on Javier’s site, where you can also sign up.
It’s interesting to note that all three posts from this week on this site feature photos by exceptional photographers in the Kansai area, all of whom have been a part of Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto in the last six months. We are lucky to be surrounded by such talent.