Cropping Photos into Custom Shapes in PowerPoint
There are 3 ways to crop photos into custom shapes, also known as “photo masking” or an “image mask”.
In this Quick Tip Tutorial, we cover each method and their best uses as well.
Maybe you want people’s headshots in little bubbles! Maybe it’s neon lights in the shape of an acorn! Anything is possible.
These methods also work for creating custom shaped picture placeholders when working with custom template layouts in PowerPoint.
WHAT's in store:
- Setting images as a “shape fill”
- Cropping photos into shapes or imported SVGs
- Switching a photo from its current or default shape to a new shape
- Other handy tips along the way and one recently updated PPT feature
WHO's it for:
Designers and intermediate PowerPoint users
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