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Summary:

Many users have Keynote, part of Apple’s iWork suite, but don’t have (or even need) an image editing application like Photoshop. Thankfully, Keynote has image editing capabilities built in as part of the application!

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Many users have Keynote, part of Apple’s iWork suite, but don’t have (or even need) an image editing application like Photoshop. Thankfully, Keynote has image editing capabilities built-in as part of the application! We’ll show you how to use these tools to make both minor and major image adjustments in this TechUniversity screencast on image editing in Keynote! (subscription required)

Topics covered:

  • Image masking and cropping
  • Adjustments: Brightness, Contrast, Exposure, Saturation and more
  • Instant Alpha
  • Power user tips

Below is a sample of the video. The full screencast clocks in at just over 10 minutes.

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  1. gwenmcgreen Friday, May 28, 2010

    Thank you much for this review. I haven’t heard of Keynote up until now, and I always need one of this programs but I haven’t find the one. I can’t wait to try it and I really hope it works and fits my needs.
    I will tell others about the post and about Keynote as well.
    Thanks for sharing.

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