Looking for a creative way to display your slideshows? Whether you are a photographer, business owner, bride and groom, or maybe just a hobbyist…the thought of presenting your slideshows in a unique way has definitely crossed your mind.Continue reading →
It’s a new year! This means that new color trends are making their debut. So we have created our very own complimentary hand-picked selection of ‘2018 Trending Colors’ to incorporate into your slideshows. This sharp and contemporary color palette is filled with strong hues representative of modern style and progression. This palette is perfect for a stylish year ahead and for savvy avant-garde slideshow creation.Continue reading →
It’s time to celebrate delicious sweets, sweethearts, & close friends! Are you ready to craft a colorful slideshow to share with your special someone? Enjoy this complimentary hand-picked selection of ‘Candy Coated Colors’ to incorporate into your super sweet slideshows.
This wonderfully fun color palette is filled with vivid hues similar to bursts of color found in super nostalgic candy coatings and sweets. This palette is perfect for Valentine’s day or for some super sweet slideshow creation.Continue reading →
Check out some of these incredible wedding photography websites and blogs that are full of beautiful wedding photos and so much more. Browse through galleries, videos, and even tips if you’re looking for some inspiration as the one getting married, for a friend’s wedding, or as the photographer. Continue reading →
In ProShow Producer you can use transparency masks to creatively control the visibility of images and videos in your slides. Any image can be used as a transparency mask unlike grayscale masks, which rely on light vs dark colors. The only things that matter when you use transparency masks are the size, shape and location of the masking layer.Continue reading →
Create visually stimulating effects with masking in ProShow Producer. Masking is a powerful tool that gives you the ability to conceal and reveal underlying layers.
Follow along in this quick step-by-step tutorial video using the grayscale mask to control the visibility of your images. A basic rule to remember for grayscale masking is light reveals and dark conceals. Get started!Continue reading →