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How can I create a Transition.

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How can I create a "Transition" from Color to Black & White, or Vice Versa? (Look at the attached photo)....I'm hoping that I don't need to redraw anything.

 

 

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No, there's no need to redraw anything. You just need to add a Black & White adjustment and apply a black to white linear gradient fill to the adjustment layer (making the fill line long for a gradual transition, or short for a sharp one).

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there is a youtube video will help search "Affinity Photo Gradient Fade to transparency"  and just use a black and while copy image want to use instead of the colour as in video 

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