So, you’re making a presentation for another meeting, and you're running out of time. You want to grab people's attention and make an impression, but time is short and your budget spent. And right now, your slides are nothing but endless lists of bullet points. Is there anything you can do to save it last minute?
Spinning tennis ball or spiralling galaxy? Ritesh Meena, a photographer from the Pickit community, tells us how to take "wet ball galaxy" shots with just a smartphone.
You’ve probably heard that a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, the same goes for presentation photos. Whether it’s using PowerPoint, Sway, or one of those old school overhead projectors (ok, so we might be wrong about that last one), images make messages stronger.
You might be wondering where the fantastic photos you see every day at Pickit come from. Nope, not a magic photo fountain. Just a global community of creative photographers dedicated to serving presentation creators around the globe. We celebrate their talent with a monthly leaderboard featuring the 10 most downloaded photographers of May 2016.
We’ve made it easier to pick it right, and quickly find that perfect photo to make your message matter. Our team of savvy sorting machines and human curators have combed the planet for the best images, putting them into handy collections right at your fingertips. All accessible directly when you open our add-in for Microsoft Office and our Windows 10 app, so you can spend your time on more important things. Like what you're going to say. Or perhaps a nap.
Swedish aggregated image bank Pickit (www.pickit.com) is integrating with Microsoft Corp. to offer customers a better and faster image browsing experience. With this integration, Pickit will help customers access a crowdsourced collection of thousands of free high-quality and content-related images for use in presentations, blog posts, and more.