How to make Picture Grayscale and Color in PowerPoint

How to make Picture Grayscale and Color in PowerPoint


Microsoft PowerPoint can create some cool picture editing without the need for any photo-editing software. You can make your photo in PowerPoint transparent, have the background removed, or have a combination of color and grayscale.

How to make Picture both Grayscale and Color in PowerPoint

Follow the steps below to make a photo both greyscale and color in PowerPoint:

  1. Insert the colored photo.
  2. Copy the picture to a new slide.
  3. Remove the background of the colored picture.
  4. Cut the image in the second slide, then convert it to greyscale.
  5. Send the greyscale from 2nd slide and place it behind the colored picture of the first slide

1] Insert colored photo

Launch PowerPoint.

Change the slide layout to a blank slide.

Go to insert and click the Picture button and choose an image from your device or online pictures. In this tutorial, we choose a colored photo from online pictures.

The image is inserted into the slide.

2] Copy the Picture to a new slide

Add a new slide layout (Blank), then right-click the photo and select Copy.

Paste the photo into the new slide layout.

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3] Remove the background of the colored picture

Click the first slide and click on the picture.

Go to the Picture Format tab and click the Remove Background button.

The focal point of the picture will stay while the remainder of the picture turns a magenta color.

If you want to keep some areas in the photo, click Mark Areas to Keep; a pencil will appear to draw a line on the area you want to keep on the photo.

If you want to remove some areas from the photo, click Mark Areas to Remove; a pencil will appear to draw a line on the area you want to remove from the photo.

Now select the Keep Changes button.

If you do not like the changes you have made, click the Discard Changes button.

4] Cut the image in the second slide, then convert it to greyscale

Select the second slide, where the copied photo is located, right-click the photo and select Cut from the context menu, then paste it on the first slide.

Click the Picture Format tab and click the Color button in the Adjust group.

In the Recolor section, select Greyscale.

The picture is converted to greyscale.

5] Send the greyscale from 2nd slide and place it behind the colored picture of the first slide

Click the Picture Format tab and click the Send Backward button, then select Send to Back.

How to make Picture Grayscale and Color in PowerPoint

Now we have a photo with both color and a grayscale combination.

How do I make a picture Black and White with some color in PowerPoint?

Follow the steps below to make a picture black and white with some color in PowerPoint:

  1. Launch PowerPoint.
  2. Insert a picture into a slide.
  3. Insert a second slide, then copy the picture and paste it into the second slide.
  4. click the second side, then go to the Picture Format tab.
  5. Click the color button in the Adjust group and select No color in the Recolor section.
  6. Now, take the black and white copy of the picture and paste it into the first slide.
  7. Click the Picture Format tab and select the Send Backward button in the Arrange group and select Send to Back. The back and white copy will be sent to the back, while the colored photo will be sent to the font.
  8. Ensure you are still on the Picture Format tab. Click the Color button and click Picture Color Options.
  9. A Format Picture pane will open on the right.
  10. Ensure that the picture button is selected.
  11. Under the Picture Transparency section, put the transparency to 86%
  12. Then close the pane.

How do you overlay the colors of a picture in PowerPoint?

  1. Select the picture you want to overlay with colors.
  2. Click the Picture Format tab.
  3. Click the Color button and select an overlay from the menu.

How do I GREY out an image in PowerPoint?

  1. Select the picture you want to overlay with colors.
  2. Click the Picture Format tab.
  3. Click the Color button and select Greyscale in the Recolor section from the menu.
  4. The picture is now  grey.

How do you blend Pictures in PowerPoint?

  1. Insert two single pictures in your PowerPoint slide. In this tutorial, we use pictures of two single apples.
  2. Adjust the size of the pictures to the same size.
  3. Press the Ctrl + Shift keys to select both of the pictures.
  4. On the Picture Format tab, click the Group Objects button in the Arrange group and select Group from the menu.
  5. The pictures are grouped together.

What are the grayscale colors?

Greyscale is a range of shades of grey without color or black and white. The contrast ranges from black at the weakest intensity to white at the strongest. A greyscale image in which the value of each pixel is a single sample representing only an amount of light.

How do you change a color slide to black and white?

Open a presentation slide.

Click the View tab and Greyscale in the Color/ Greyscale group.

A Greyscale tab will open up, showcasing the types of greyscale you can choose from.

READ: How to create a 3D Picture Cube in PowerPoint

We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to make a photo both greyscale and color in PowerPoint; if you have questions about the tutorial, let us know in the comments.



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