No Photoshop Required!
Turn Small-Crappy Photos into Engaging Full Screen Visual Images, Directly in PowerPoint (and Fast).
It may be impossible to tell, but I found a way to extend the small original images and turn them into full screen pictures.
There’s a secret for how to do this, and you’ll learn how.
Why go full screen with your visuals?
The SECRET to creating engaging PowerPoint slides that your audience wants to look at.
Full screen visuals make your slides look cleaner and more professional.
Your slides conjure up more emotion and hit your audience where it counts.
Creates more engaging slides that help support our messaging.
Introducing Full Screen Visual Images: PowerPoint Picture Extension TechniquesTM
In this how-to PowerPoint training, you’ll learn how to quickly and almost effortlessly pull off all of these maneuvers yourself, so that you can extend just about any photo you run across.
Discover the ins and outs of these 6 different Picture Extension Techniques in PowerPoint to turn just about any small-crappy photo in into a full screen visual image in PowerPoint,:
The Stretch TechniqueTM (without warping)
Discover how to QUICKLY extend a photo’s background, in order to extend the image across your slide.
The Stamp TechniqueTM
Discover how to stamp out background imagery to create a seamless and beautiful full screen visual (no photo editing required at all!).
Neutralizing the BackgroundTM
Learn how to create textured backgrounds for your title, divider and content slides from small crappy photos you find online (it’s fun AND easy!).
The EXTENDED Stretch TechniqueTM
Discover how to take the stretch out even further to fill out your slide, without warping or having to resize your original photo.
The EXTENDED Stamp TechniqueTM
Discover how to really take your photos to the next level by building out around them without warping or resizing your original photo.
The Raise the Roof TechniqueTM
Discover how to extend even IMPOSSIBLE photos with this technique’s variations.
Preview the Course
Here is the intro video, which shows you all the amazing tricks you're going to learn, and demonstrates what you'll be able to create
These techniques work on HARD photos too...
Two important takeaways from the picture above.
Takeaway #1: The original scuba diver image is NOT resized. Instead, using the Extended Stamp and Extended Stretch Techniques, the underwater scene is built out around the diver.
That means that the scuba diver doesn’t dominate the slide, making your content hard to see.
Takeaway #2: Using the Raise the Roof Technique, the scuba diver’s bubbles now extend off the top of the screen, filling out the entire slide.
Fullscreen visuals in minutes, not hours!
Using these one-of-a-kind techniques and default PowerPoint tools (that you’ll learn how to master), you can turn your small-crappy photos into full screen visual images in minutes (often less than 2 minutes).
In addition to the 6 techniques listed above, you'll also learn:
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Instead of wasting time trying to find the right visual image for your slide, discover how to create your own from what you already have! It’s easy and fast.
Feedback from students who attended this training:
I've waited until now to add my comments, but this is actually the most valuable training I've seen here. [...] This rocks my instructional Designer world!
Hi, all! Really enjoying the course so far!!
A cropping technique to enlarge a photo, so cool. And Ctrl+X and Ctrl+Alt+V as png = magic.
Excellent speaker! Crisp delivery and extremely knowledgeable. Loved that this was a “how to” session.
Most helpful presentation and class
So much great information and useful techniques! Only hope I can remember it all.
Thank you learned a lot.
Very lively and good presenter, with good topic, lots of examples, and good how to descriptions.
His speed blew me away!
This kind of session is exactly what I was expecting when traveling from so far. (Germany)
Very useful info, well presented.
The Full Screen Visual Images: PowerPoint Picture Extension TechniquesTM course includes:
- Lifetime access to the over 3 hours of training (19 videos), walking you step-by-step through the techniques and troubleshooting steps;
- The picture assets to download and use in your own presentations (almost 114MB - 53 images);
- The original slides to download and follow along with, so you build the muscle memory for yourself;
- The before and after examples from the training that you can deconstruct, so that you can check your work;
- A clickable PDF Resource Cheat Sheet of great places online where you can download royalty-free photos to use in your presentations.
Works in all versions of PowerPoint (Mac & PC)
These full screen PowerPoint image techniques work on all PC and MAC versions of PowerPoint (which is super exciting)!
- PC versions of PowerPoint 2007, PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint 2013 and PowerPoint 2016.
- MAC versions of PowerPoint 2011 and PowerPoint 2016.
The Best Time to Start Getting the Full Screen Visual Images Course is Now!
Instead of having to buy different photos, you can simply create your own full screen slide backgrounds with the images and software you already have. No need to buy new images or fancy photo-editing software (and invest a bunch of time learning how to use it).
On top of that, you don’t have to worry about whether these techniques work for you or not, because you are FULLY covered by my…
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
60-Day Picture Perfect 100% Money Back Guarantee
Join Full Screen Visual ImagesTM today and start turning small-crappy photos into full screen, ENGAGING visual images for your slide backgrounds.
With my 60-day money back guarantee, you have time to watch the course two or three times to make sure all of the techniques work for you.
If you are not thrilled with your new picture cropping skills for any reason, or no reason at all, just shoot me a note within 60 days and I’ll refund 100% of your investment.
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