The Fader, the preset opacity slider plugin for Adobe Lightroom
Instead of the boring static "100% only" presets, you can now dynamically choose how much of the preset you want to apply. And of course, The Fader goes up to 150%, so you can over-process your over processing!
The Fader works by dynamically applying a "faded preset", it does not modify any of your existing presets. The Fader computes new values internally and moves all the sliders for you.
Move single slider to adjust preset strength. Smoothly fade from current photo settings to given develop preset. Or apply 50% of that previous snapshot settings!
Smoothly fade complex tone curves and gradient filters from cross-processing curves to subtle adjustments.
Native Lightroom Processing
The Fader re-computes slider values for each development setting and you can further adjust your photo with Lightroom's lossless processing.
Simple and Powerful
To fade a preset, you simply select the preset folder from the left pull down menu, and then the actual preset from the right side pull down menu. After selecting the preset, simply adjusting the opacity slider will change its strength. The photo is updated immediately to reflect the new settings. At 0%, you get your current photo settings and at 100%, you get preset's settings at full.
This release contains new preference for defaulting to "zeroed" preset, this allows you to rapidly fade out too excessive presets. It is also shown first time for new users until the first preset is selected. I hope this helps you if you are starting with The Fader.
Changes in version 1.1.1316
- Fixes the fullscreen dialog issue with OS X window bar green button
Changes in version 1.1.1300
- Fixed fading snapshots, seems that there was a small typo bug introduced
few builds ago, which caused snapshots always to fail with caching error
- Moved back to lean layout, section toggles must now be specifically enabled
from plugin preferences
- It is now again possible to use split screen mode, the view reset to
loupe was removed
Changes in version 1.0.1256
- Fixed problem with accessing LR3 Zeroed preset in "easy" mode
Changes in version 1.0.1185
- Support for Lightroom 6.2 Local Dehaze (Graduated Filters)
- Section toggles are now enabled for unregistered users
Changes in version 1.0.1170
- The Fader is now 5 years old! Time to make it officially version 1.0!
- Workaround for LR6 bug with screen updates when tone curve was changed
- "Crop Fade" is disabled. Lightroom crop tool has problems with this setting.
The Fader plugin is distributed as shareware. Without registering, the plugin has starting delay and some of the advanced controls are locked. Registration lifts all restrictions and costs $10 (payment with Paypal). Registration form can be found from Lightroom Plugin Manager, where you will also enter the registration code.