Creating Successful Presentations with Powerpoint (and avoid the biggest mistakes!) Premium class

Jay Pierstorff, Photographer/Instructor

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17 Videos (46m)
    • Introduction

      0:41
    • Getting Started

      2:19
    • Choosing a Theme

      1:46
    • Choosing a format

      3:07
    • Setting the Background

      2:16
    • Adding Slides

      2:09
    • Working with Images

      6:46
    • Images and Text

      5:12
    • Transitions

      3:58
    • Remote Controls

      1:21
    • Launching Your Powerpoint

      1:01
    • Finding Images

      2:08
    • Pixel Resolution

      4:08
    • Adding Notes

      1:29
    • Rookie Mistakes

      4:29
    • Timing and Rehearsing

      2:06
    • Start Your Project

      1:12

About This Class

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You need to create a presentation for your church, organization or business, but you have no idea how to go about it.

Or maybe you have already done a few powerpoint presentations, and they just weren't as successful as you hoped.

Creating great presentations isn’t rocket science.  But there are some things you need to know to keep from making “rookie” mistakes. Follow this video course, and you will create the best, most successful, presentation you have ever done! Ready? Let’s get Started!

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Jay Pierstorff

Photographer/Instructor

Professional Photographer, Jay Pierstorff has spent over three decades in photography including portraits, weddings, commercial and industrial images in both still and video. Today, Jay helps people improve their photography and digital image editing with a number of popular classes geared for photo enthusiasts of all skill levels, at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Art Institute. Originally born in Idaho, Jay lives year round in Tucson, AZ where he also volunteers at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum as a Docent and Raptor Free Flight Narrator. In addition he also works on various photo/video projects.

Jay specializes in teaching digital cameras and media as they bring new power and possibilities to image making. Jay’s classes take advantage of the “learn by doing” approach including the popular “Behind the Scenes Photowalk.” The Desert Museum provides many unique opportunities for photo enthusiasts to practice their craft while taking classes at the Art Institute.

Jay has experience as a professional photographer, videographer, photographic retoucher, photo lab, sound reinforcement & audio recording technician and professional musician. He brings many traditional skills to modern, digital processes. Jay graduated from the Glen Fishback School of Photography in Sacramento, CA and learned photo retouching at Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, CA.
He has worked in photo, video, audio production, computer graphics, website design and other digital media.