No Bullets. At least that is the ideal talk. Find a way to visualize all points you want to make
with a graphics, picture, etc. Why? Bullets can be read by the audience in a 1/10th of time the speaker needs to read them. So if you read the bullets its really boring, if you don't read them they are useless anyways. In essence, bullets are not suitable for a visual presentation - you could as well hand out your bulleted list for reading. No need to give a talk about it. There are a few possible exceptions such as summarizing the main message of the slide along with graphics, the conclusion at the end of the talk etc. But most slides should be bullet free!
In particular do not use the format where bullets are on the left/right half of the slide and a picture is on the right. Rather make the picture big and relate text lables to features in the picture directly. If this is not possible you probably did not pick the right picture to make your point.