Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Artistic Effects, part of PowerPoint: Using Photos and Video Effectively for Great Presentations.
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…As you're working with images, Powerpoint offers the ability to filter.…Filters are essentially mini applications that stylize an image.…Sometimes it'll simulate a particular artistic effect like a paintbrush stroke.…But in general, you should use these sparingly,…as they can begin to look a bit over-processed.…To start, select an image, and make sure it's active.…Under the format window, you'll see the ability to make changes.…In this case, using artistic effects.…If you click to open this, you'll see several different presets.…
Changing these will change the style.…In this case, I made the photo look a bit more like a pencil.…And that's actually a relatively decent conversion.…On the other hand, some of these could be a bit obnoxious…and so, find a balance of what works for your particular image.…I'm not a big fan of things like…glowing edges, but some times softening, or simplifying the…image down using something like a water color…look, can make it look a bit more painterly.…There are lots of choices here, and as you choose…
- Working with photos
- Using the Photo Browser
- Adjusting images in PowerPoint
- Cropping and masking
- Building a slideshow
- Inserting video
- Prepping images and video for PowerPoint
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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1. Working with Photos
2. Browsing Media
3. Inserting Images Manually
4. Adjusting Images in PowerPoint
5. Masking Photos
6. Working with Transparency
7. Creating Photo-Based Layouts
8. Inserting Video Files
9. Prepping Images and Video Outside of PowerPoint
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