Do you always struggle to make people focus on your presentations? Maybe you’re not a Photoshop pro who can spice up the images by using fancy layers and filters. Has it ever occurred to you that you can add the same Pop-out effect right in your PowerPoint presentation?
Let’s see how we can create a Remove Background effect or the Pop-out effect. It can be used if you have many images in your slides and want people to concentrate only on a certain aspect of your image.
Let us take an example of the given image file:
Image from Unsplash
Consider that you only have to concentrate on some aspects of the image. So you can highlight them and fade out rest of the image. So, if you want to focus on the window, you can show the image like this.
Let’s see how did we achieve this result:
Use this remarkable effect to make impressive slides and keep the audience engaged to the part that you want. If you have another creative Pop-out effect idea, comment at the end of this blog.
Rishabh Pugalia is a Chartered Accountant. Before being involved with content creation at Yoda Learning, he worked with KPMG and J. P. Morgan. He enjoys working with both Excel and PowerPoint, and in the remaining time, you will find him playing Counter Strike. Do take a look at some of the PowerPoint tutorials on his site; he hopes they will help you make presentations like an investment banker or a consultant.
This is a great technique for showing the concept of "standing out." You can take a photo that portrays multiple copies of an object and then highlight one of the objects in color. You would use grayscale for the original image and full color for the copy that has the rest of the objects removed with the Remove Background feature. I have an example and tutorial at http://www.ellenfinkelstein.com/pptblog/highlight-one-part-of-an-image-in-color/.
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