Sometimes presentations call for a little extra imagination.Learn how to add subtle animations that can make images pop.
- [Instructor] Since there are so many startups…in Silicon Valley, there's a big need…for really good-looking pitch decks for investors.…These are my favorite because…when a venture capitalist is asking for millions of dollars,…his or her deck better amaze…and astound potential investors.…This is when I get to play…and do a little bit more out-of-the-box stuff.…So one of my favorite things to do…is add some subtle animation to still photos.…I always love when I have an excuse to work in Photoshop,…so I usually will do a lot of work there…and just import the pieces.…
So let's take a look at an example…using these three elements on our screen.…He's goin' up.…He's goin' up.…Aah!…With just a little Photoshop work and a little animation,…we made something really dynamic in a short amount of time.…Next, I'm gonna show you how to build a couple…of these animations right in PowerPoint.…
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