The 8th Annual 2017-2018 Images of Aging photo contest features endearing photos depicting active aging submitted by the best students at ACU, including Emily Adams We’ll announce the contest winners tomorrow!! Usually, we run a continuous feed powerpoint, but I wanted more of a video experience. Duplicating the upload process for the photos seemed… cumbersome.
I took my powerpoint and saved it as a Windows media file using the following steps:
- Open the powerpoint file
- Click “Save As” and give the file a name in the File name box
- Click “Windows Media Video” from the “Save as Type” dropdown list and then click “Save.”
- Your PowerPoint presentation is now saved as a video file. 4.
- Run from your laptop or log in to social media accounts such as Facebook
- There will be a short delay while the file is uploaded and processed
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See more information at our “Images of Aging” blog.
Our Images of Aging Photo Contest drew many entries in the categories of Black & White, Color, and Mobile. This year our Mobile Category had the most submissions with 21 entries. Awards were presented today at the Images of Aging Recognition Luncheon at the Williams Performing Arts Center to our gifted photographers.
Students, Please consider joining this elite group of photographers from all disciplines who appreciate the older adults in their lives and enjoy the digital photography! Faculty, please consider encouraging your students to submit a photograph to next year’s Images of Aging Contest.
All who entered are winners because they captured a moment in the lives of aging adults. Here are the photos of the judges choices in each category.
Category: Black & White
Special thanks to Donna Hester, from the Department of Theater, for her help with our luncheon and photograph staging. For the Images of Aging Photo Contest, gifted ACU students across campus were encouraged to take and submit photographs that included at least one person who is 60 years of age or older.