In this video you will learn how to create a double exposure effect photos in PowerPoint.
You can follow this tutorial in PowerPoint 2013, 2016 and higher versions.
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What you need to create this beautiful effect in PowerPoint
– A high-quality silhouette.
The website freepic.com has some nice high-quality silhouettes available. You can download the eps image file.
– A picture that you want to show within the silhouette
How to create the effect:
– Add the silhouette image into PowerPoint and ungroup the image
– Copy the specific silhouette you want to use into a separate slide
– Add transparency effect to the image by going to Shape Fill – Transparency
– Add the picture you want to use and send it behind the silhouette
– Crop the picture so that its edges are close to the silhouette graphic
– Cut the background picture and paste it as a Shape Fill – Picture into the silhouette
– In picture tools format, you can change the picture to Black and White image by setting it to desaturate 100%.
Your double exposure effect photo is ready!
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