Preventing Blurry Pictures: The Keys to Clear Images

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We’ve rounded up some of the best info we have on capturing high quality images – whether it’s a photo from a camera, or a screenshot on your computer screen. High resolution is around 300 pixels per inch (ppi) – good print quality. PNG vs JPG.

You Need to Know These Seven Tips If You Build Graphics for E-Learning

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If you hold SHIFT and then click and drag from the corner, the image will scale up or down without changing its aspect ratio. When you scale it up, the pixels become larger and that’s where you start to lose image quality. So when you scale it up or down you don’t lose image quality. If you do this, keep in mind, you’re not limited to the default aspect ratio in PowerPoint (4:3).

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6 tips for using images in your e-learning material


If you have to resort to using images off of the internet, there are some places you can find quality material that is either copyright free or offered with a permissive free license. Your 4MB high quality stock photo is not suitable for web use.

How to use Photoshop for eLearning – Part 2: Cropping & Resizing


You can also choose to save a compressed version of the file in a web standard like JPEG, PNG or GIF. In the next post, I’ll teach you how to save files for web use, retaining quality while reducing file size. If you do, the image will lose sharpness and quality.

Optimize your eLearning courses for mobile


Aspect ratios need to be maintained so that an image is not skewed when viewed on different devices. As you can see below, as LearnUpon is subjected to size changes the web application ‘responds’ and changes the format of the page to maintain image aspect ratios, text sizes and navigation options. If you do have to make compromises go for a lighter resolution of video, and if you are using images, use jpeg and gif rather than png.

Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide


Changing slide size: Google Slides defaults to the standard widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio. The standard 16:9 aspect ratio is widely used because it fits perfectly on most widescreen screens and projectors. Use high quality photography- not stock photo clichés: .