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Father's Day effects for ProShow Slideshows

Father’s Day Slideshow Effects for ProShow

We all know that May is the big month for celebrating mothers. Now that it’s June, it’s Dad’s turn to get a little credit! Honor the father, grandfather or husband in your life this Father’s Day with a thoughtful photo slideshow made with ProShow. Just drop in your favorite photos or videos into ProShow. Use the new ‘Father’s Day’ instant effects (free to download or included as a new theme in ProShow Web) — to give your photo memories the perfect themed look for the occasion.

Watch the Father’s Day Effects in Action:

Download Free Effects: Father’s Day

Styled with rugged textures and a balanced color palette of blue, red, brown and ivory, this set of slideshow effects works great for Father’s Day shows and family portraits. Compatible with ProShow Producer 5, ProShow Gold 5, and ProShow Web.

Download the free ‘Father’s Day’ effects (.zip) >
ProShow Web users will be able to use these effects as part of the new theme, ‘Father’s Day.’


Father's Day Effects for ProShow

To Use Your New ‘Father’s Day’ Effects:
You’ll need to manually install your new effects into ProShow Producer or ProShow Gold. Once installed they’ll show up like all your other slide styles and transitions. Need help with manually installing? Read this how-to article on installing & managing FX in ProShow 5.

Like the Effects Used in the Demo?

Many of the supplemental effects featured in the demo were sampled from our popular StylePack Vintage + Volume 5. Both work beautifully for Father’s Day and everyday shows and are super easy to use. Just click and apply. To see the full selection of instant add-on effects, check out our Effects Packs for just $19.95 >

Effects for Father's Day

Create a Father's Day slideshow in minutes >>




As the head of the Creative team at Photodex, Leslie is involved in the design & production of ProShow demos, slideshows & special effects. She is a self-professed Crazy Cat Lady who is into horror movies, music, good food, and riding her bike around Austin.