• Saturday , 21 September 2019

How to Make Cool Photo Effects in PowerPoint – PowerPoint Picture Tutorial

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Here is another PowerPoint Photo Design and Animation tutorial that I hope will fuel your creativity. Get the free download files of the photos used here: https://nutsandboltsspeedtraining.com/ppt-cool-photo-effects/

These techniques can really make any presentation or document stand out. Of course, I’m sure you guys can come up with much better designs – would love to see your ideas. Enjoy!

► Download the sample file: https://nutsandboltsspeedtraining.com/ppt-cool-photo-effects/

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35 Comments

  1. Barış Sağıroğlu
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Thank you sharing

  2. Ahmed Ali
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    I loved very nice

  3. iank muin
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    thanks

  4. Flat Out Alchemy
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    can you make that link click able for a download? I am unsure of how that's a URL. Thanks

  5. Alex Marques
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Você é a melhor! Um beijo do Brasil!

  6. Cikgu Diana Ahmad
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Thanks a lot.. 👍👍 The tutorial really helpful..

  7. Wan Da
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Your videos are very helpful.You motivate me and my students to like power point. We cant help but to be amazed with the things you can do with Power Point. Thank you very much!

  8. fayez ali
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    I thank you very much indeed for you

  9. Hi There
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    love it!!!!!! really cool!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. zapantalambda
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Hello. how did you paste in the same exact spot/location?

  11. Atul Nayyar
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Amazing ..Simple elegant And The Best..
    Thanks A Lot Mam!!

  12. nivia bezerra
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Always perfect!

  13. sheila Van sandt
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Hi thank you from the school children here in the Philippines. You make our lesson easier .

  14. David Day
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Sometimes the best stuff isn't the expensive or complicated. I'm way impressed!

  15. Alejandro Ariel Garcia Arriaga
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Hello, Let me tell you that your expositions are outstanding, yesterday I was trying to convert a picture into puzzel pieces because I am doing a video and I want to include this effect, I have learned how to do the puzzel pieces following the instructions in other videos that I had seen, but they did no explained how to separate the pieces of the puzzel, i had tried several form and no results, until I remembered that you have a video in which you separate the different parts of a photo so I apply the same principles to my picture and the result were OK, themk you very much for helping me to create my puzzel.

  16. ラーメン
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    WOW!! That was amazing!!!
    Thanks a lot Lia!

  17. Zoulikha
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Cool Easy and Helpful Thank's a lot

  18. DIEP NGUYEN
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Thanks. This was very helpful! I still need to fine-tuned my craft.

  19. shahid mahmood
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    beautiful presentation…

  20. ponnusami kasi thangarajan
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Not only I liked ;I also converted some of my pts..
    Thanks a lot for the tutorials

  21. tunddra234
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    What speed are you using?! I was galloping and still could not keep up running it back and forth, back and forth. Guess I am not as savvy as the others who have comments because I give up. I know it is something I would like to learn but for one thing no matter if I enlarge the video or keep it small I have no idea most of the time from where your tools are chosen. Maybe some day you will make one for us gray hairs who walk slower 🙂

  22. John Mike
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Thanks @PowerPoint Spice for this cool & awesome video. I think this one is amazing & non comparative to any other effect. Please keep posting. Am looking forward to watch some other creative videos from your side.

  23. Javier Vera
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    simple and to the point. thanks.

  24. Jammin Dave
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    This is has been one of the coolest thing I've seen so far in here, working with PP. Thanks…Oh! by the way, yeah, I noticed that too, A little bit to fast and also didn't see where were you clicking at, sometimes.

  25. HeneralAlex - moved accounts
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    A little bit fast but… thx anyways =) :3 <3

  26. Jayanta Chakrabarti
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    awesome. but way too fast for me as i am a novice in this and artistically too. 

  27. ahliyah07
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    This is awesome! Although it's a little bit fast for beginners like me . Can you make the tutorial a little bit slower please.

  28. Pistachio Surprise
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    I like all your tutorials very much!!Awesome!!!!!!!

  29. Shamaine Ponsaran
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    This is amazing. You're doing a fantastic job. You are making other people's lives more easier. Please continue to amaze us. Thank you!

  30. Miguel Monteiro
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Four rectangles for a frame??? Resizing one of the rectangles to simulate a Polaroid shape? Duplicate the base photo and crop it over and over? Frames and frames? Mask and masks? For a final static photos simulation?

    What about this?

    1. Insert "your" base photo, place it wherever you want in a slide. Save the slide as a picture. Then format/fill your "next" slide background with that picture.

    2. Insert/Shape/Rectangle, edit size as you want, right click over it and "Format/Shape/Fill/Slide background fill" – it will assume any background area over which it is placed, as fill.

    3. Duplicate the filled rectangle, on the "Drawing Tools" tab "Format/Edit shape/Change shape/(choose) Frame", "Shape fill (White?)", "Bring to front",
    For the Polaroid shape frame, do as above, right click over the "frame" shape and "Edit Points"!

    4. Select both shapes, center align and group them. Insert a rectangle (fill it with the color of your choice), resize it to cover all background and "Send to Back".

    5. Duplicate the framed "photo" group, as many times you want and place the duplicates wherever you want, rotate it distort it, whatever you want to do, you'll always see that specific background area behind it.

    It's easier, faster and more accurate and… way faster than it took to write!

    Note: it won't work for animated shapes – they'll "grab" and keep the initial area fill.

  31. Glenn Martinez
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    I meant to mention, that my wife and I found your videos practical and inspirational….time to step up our drab PP presentations! 

  32. Glenn Martinez
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Wow! As a dedicated Macintosh person, I generally avoid Microsoft products, evil empire sort of feelings…..but Keynote as taken an unfortunate turn on the last upgrade and I find myself looking at Power Point with more appreciation. Big question for the day….."does the Macintosh version of Powerpoint 2013 have the same features and abilities as the PC version of PP?" or do I have to abandon my IMAC?

  33. csantos671
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    great information, does any of this also work with open office?

  34. Naveen Kumar
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Really cool and great. Liked it very much. Thanks for sharing.

  35. TheDtort
    August 20, 2019 at 14:25

    Great videos.  I'd like to have a picture of flowers in a field, and the flowers jump up out of the field, one at a time.  The flower jumps up and then back down into the field as another flower jumps up, then down, etc.  Can you help?  Or can you recommend a search phrase?  I saw this in a presentation a while ago.  Thank you!  I'll keep watching!

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