Pictures: Applying Artistic Effects

Created: Tuesday, May 20, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 5:09 pm

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PowerPoint is a slide program that also includes some cool picture editing tools up its sleeve. When we say “cool”, we certainly do not mean just inserting a picture, or even the fact that you can apply corrections or recolor hues. PowerPoint provides around 23 filters as part of its new Artistic Effects option. Some of these filters (effects) can make your pictures look like paintings or sketches, and others can change the texture of your pictures. Apply any effect of your choice, and make sure you play around with all the options available to be aware of the surprisingly different results you can achieve right within PowerPoint. Explore more in the following tutorials:

Microsoft Windows

Artistic Effects for Pictures in PowerPoint 2013

Artistic Effects for Pictures in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac

Filters for Pictures in PowerPoint 2011

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