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go gary go [Avatar]
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I used a transition a couple of years ago but I can't find it anymore or what it was called.
When it was transitioning from one photo to another It would start by filling in the darkest areas first and finish off with the lightest areas of the first photo. I've included some YouTube links of the work I did so you can fully understand what this transition did. Hopefully somebody can point me in the right direction for this transition.


https://www.youtube.com/embed/oRmUI0tHCEg

https://www.youtube.com/embed/_2PS5DQBn98

https://www.youtube.com/embed/GSOdea6ilcU
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Hello go gary go,

It's a little hard to determine from your description & examples, but one possibility is that you've used one of the images in each sequence to create an alpha transition.

In the examples below, I used the coloured photo to create the transition to shift to the black & white version.



That means, just as you've described, the darker parts of the photo shift to black & white first. If the transition area is inverted, it goes from light to dark.

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Quote I used a transition a couple of years ago but I can't find it anymore or what it was called.
When it was transitioning from one photo to another It would start by filling in the darkest areas first and finish off with the lightest areas of the first photo. I've included some YouTube links of the work I did so you can fully understand what this transition did. Hopefully somebody can point me in the right direction for this transition.

go gary go, that to me looks like it may have been "proDAD > Adorage > Volume 1 > Specials > chromatic > bright" applied as a transition between two pics.

Jeff
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go gary go [Avatar]
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Thank you for the replies. I will look into your suggestions
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Hello Jeff,

That's quite staggering fact finding work there! Your suggestion is far more likely to be the "answer" than mine.
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