Grab your tone _ After you have an outline and a good idea for what you want to do, it's time to figure out your tone and concept. This step helps you figure out your color scheme, your typography, your images and in some cases, your flow. Mash it all together _ It's time to put it all together as you now have everything you need. Your plan or outline helps you figure out exactly what you will present, your template gives you the organization you need to flow through the presentation beautifully, and your tone gives you the guidance for design you need including everything from typography to color scheme to images.
Composite photos _ These are photos with text or other graphics superimposed on the photo. I do this a lot with the quotations I post on social media and put into my newsletters. Import a photo into PowerPoint and expand it as large as you can on a slide. "Insert Shapes" and insert a text box onto the slide over the photo. Type the text you want to superimpose onto the photo and set the text color so that it contrasts nicely with the photo as background. Group the components and you have a composite photo.