PowerPoint Backgrounds With Photoshop: Gaussian Blur

Created: Friday, June 26, 2015, posted by at 4:15 am


Photoshop is often to go-to program for creating quick slide backgrounds for use in PowerPoint. That’s because Photoshop is full of amazing options that make creating backgrounds easy — we already explored the Reticulation effect. As in that case, you must understand that your slide backgrounds need to remain in the “background” — that means you must never use complicated, busy, and colorful backgrounds. The Gaussian Blur effect that we will explore today lets you create simple, uncomplicated backgrounds.

Learn how to create PowerPoint Backgrounds in Photoshop with the Gaussian Blur effect..



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