Photodex Corporation's Proshow Producer software provides hundreds of built-in slide styles for designing professional-looking digital presentations and slide shows. Proshow Producer also allows you to purchase additional slide styles that are packaged as a StylePack, which emphasises a theme or collection of style features like zooms, spreads or reveals. Styles are easy to apply and can change with every photo.
Using the filmstrip border adds the telltale sprockets of traditional camera and movie film to the top and bottom of any series of photos. The filmstrip border moves horizontally across the screen as the chosen photos float effortlessly across the screen with the border. Three photos are shown at a time, with the centre photo becoming the focus. This style works best with same-size, landscape-oriented photos.
The Wedding Classic style begins with a caption slide and transitions into a series of favourite wedding photos. A curl of off-white ribbon at the bottom left of the screen, a hint of a strand of bridal pearls across the bottom and a soft off-white background imprinted with a delicate tone-on-tone pattern of decorative swirls frames each photo.
Portrait Deck Spread
The style called Portrait Deck Spread uses a single photo in triplicate. The photo appears from one side of the screen and spreads into three mirror images as if the photos were part of a deck of playing cards being spread across a table. As the cards spread across the screen, each duplicate photo becomes viewable before the style moves to the next portrait spread. This style works best for portraits, but could also be used for a single image of a favourite place, object or flower.
Scattering Center Reveal
Five different photos are stacked one on top of the other. As the slide style moves forward, four photos scatter into separate corners to reveal a fifth photo at the centre. The Scattering Center Reveal is a recommended choice for recognising a relationship between the five photos --- kids and parents, a child performing different hobbies or accomplishments, a person performing different phases of a task or an event.
Backdrop Zoom uses a photo in muted colours as the backdrop and overlays a smaller colour version of the photo in the centre of the screen. The centre photo moves toward the viewer as if being seen through a zoom lens. The zoom reveals a larger version of the colour photo before moving to the next picture. Use the Backdrop Zoom for highlighting family portraits.
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