When you’re giving a PowerPoint presentation, the images that appear on screen can make or break your talk. If they don’t fit well with what’s being discussed in between them (or worse yet; if there are errors), then it could be very distracting for viewers and ruin all chances at success! In today’s blog post we will discuss how to choose good-quality pictures as well provide some helpful resources so selecting an image won.
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Choose an image that is high quality and visually appealing.
You don’t want your audience to look at an unappealing slide. Make sure that the image you choose for them is high quality and visually appealing, as this will be very distracting if it’s blurry or pixelated! Additionally make note of what kind of content (or topic) presentation they are viewing so there aren’t any surprises when things get serious.”
Make sure the image is relevant to your topic.
It’s important that you use the right image for your topic. For example, if I was talking about American history and wanted to show an picture related specifically towards France then it would be okay with me because there are many connections between our two countries- even though they may seem different on first glance!
Check the copyright status of the image and make sure you have permission to use it.
Imagine you’re giving a presentation to your team and they’ve commissioned an image for use in their marketing materials. But before using it, make sure that the permission has been granted! If not legally able or licensed then don’t even bother trying as there’s no way this can work out well from beginning – let alone end up with great results at all if things go south later down line because someone was too lazy/inefficient about checking permissions first time round (which happens more often than we’d like).
Size the image correctly for your presentation.
Images are a great way to supplement text, but only if they’re the right size. Make sure your image will fit on one slide or three without overlapping any of its parts and appearing distorted when zoomed out far enough that you can see everything in full detail.”
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Crop and edit the image as needed.
Crop a picture into your PowerPoint presentation so it fits perfectly on each slide! If you’re not sure how, there are plenty of tutorials and resources available online to help.
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