This is the first of three videos that show how easy it is to make a slideshow using the Photos program that is built into Windows 10. In this video we’ll find and run the Photos program, add images, preview our creation, and save our slideshow as a video.
We’re starting a series of posts on how to make your own slideshows in hopes than more club members will be inspired to submit slideshows to share at our meetings like the one Debbie and Catherine shared at our December meeting.
The guidelines are here and there’s a (slightly out of date) post here.
We’ll be providing information on how to find royalty free music, on making slideshows with Windows, and with Apple devices.
Because we’re still meeting online in October, we are sharing the slideshow of images from our September Black and White Photography challenge online.
In order to view the slideshow full screen, please click Play (above) then on the word YouTube or click on this link.
Thanks again to Catherine Easton for creating this slideshow of our images and for her patience in dealing with all the technology challenges involved.
Please accept our apologies for displaying the wrong slideshow during the meeting. The version we played cropped some of the images. The above slideshow displays the images as submitted by our club members.
This is a call to all KSCCC members to submit short slide
shows or videos of their work for presentation to the KSCCC membership at one
of our monthly meetings.
We are looking for either images, slide shows or videos that you have put
together on a theme that you would like to show to the club members. These presentations should run for between
two and four minutes and can include a sound track with a voice over and / or
background music. A good rule of thumb
is that each slide should be shown for no more than around 7 seconds, excluding
any transitions. If you wish you can
include a picture of yourself at the end of the presentation, so people can
identify who you are.
Please resize your images so that they are a maximum of 1920
pixels wide and 1080 pixels high. Any
videos submitted should also adhere to these same maximum dimensions. If you
are submitting images, rather than a prepared slide show or video, please the
following naming convention to ensure that the images are shown in the correct
ImageNumber PresentationName by Photographer Name.jpg