How to Color Pop a Picture in PowerPoint

If you want to make your PowerPoint presentation more eye-catching and engaging, one of the easiest ways is to use color effectively. Color can help you highlight important information, create contrast and harmony, and evoke emotions in your audience.

Forget Photoshop, we will show you a trick on how to make color pop in PowerPoint.

1. In a blank slide, go to Insert, and select This Device, and insert your colorful photo.

2. Duplicate the slide.

3. To change the color format of the photo in the first slide into grayscale, go to Picture Format, and in Color select Grayscale.

4. Now go to the second slide, in Picture Format select Remove Background.

5. If you want to retain the color of a certain area in the picture, click Mark Areas to keep.

6. The pointer will turn into a pencil, now you can mark the area.

7. When you are done, click Keep Changes.

8.  Now copy the picture in the second slide to the first slide and try to align it.

9. As extra tips, you can apply any animations to it. But for the best, we suggest using Fade.

In conclusion, making color pop in PowerPoint is not as hard as it may seem. By using these techniques, you can make your PowerPoint presentations more engaging and memorable.

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