There are tons of tutorials and guides out there to help bloggers learn new tips and tricks, and I’d like to show another one of them today. I recently found a way to help keep students’ identities confidential using the “Artistic Effects” feature in PowerPoint.
I’m going to walk you through the process step-by-step. First, find the picture you’d like to use and insert it into PowerPoint. I’m going with this one of my cute cousin.
Next you will make sure the picture is highlighted and click on Format. From there find the Artistic Effects button.
Then start looking at the different options. This is Glass.
This is Plastic Wrap.
Next you click Print Screen. Open Paint. Paste the picture, crop, save, and you’re good to go!
Here’s the before and after photo. You still get to see her amazing facial expression, but yet she has her identity saved from everyone in the public knowing exactly what she looks like.
Questions? Comments? Let me know in the comments below. If you have any other ideas to alter your photos – because I’ve seen lots of great ones out there – let me know below!
Also – I want to share about an upcoming blogger meet-up! A bunch of teacher bloggers are going to be meeting in Vegas on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at 6:30. We’d love for other educators to join us! If you are a blogger, fly out for a couple days. If you don’t blog, but enjoy blog
stalking reading, come out and meet a few of us! The last time this group got together I heard there were over 100 people. I’d love to meet some of you in person!
Click here or on the picture below to confirm your attendance via Facebook.
Will I be seeing YOU in Vegas??