Fading an image in Figma is a great way to add a subtle and creative touch to your design. It can be used to add texture, depth, and interest to an otherwise flat image.
Fading an image in Figma is simple and easy with the right tools and techniques.
The first step in fading an image in Figma is to select the layer of the image you want to fade. Once you have selected the layer, click on the ‘Blur’ tool from the top toolbar. This will open up a blur slider which allows you to control how blurred your image will become.
The next step is to adjust the blur amount until you have achieved your desired effect. You can also adjust the opacity of your faded image by clicking on ‘Opacity’ from the top toolbar.
Use this option if you want to make your image even more transparent.
Once you have achieved your desired effect, you can then add some finishing touches such as shadows or highlights for added depth and interest. To do this, select ‘Shadow/Highlight’ from the right-hand panel and adjust the parameters according to how much shadow or highlight you would like.
Finally, if you want to go even further with your design, try adding a Gradient Map effect over your faded image. This will allow you to control how much of each color appears in different parts of your design. To do this, select ‘Gradient Map’ from the top toolbar and choose different colors for each part of your gradient.
Fading an image in Figma is simple and easy with a few clicks of your mouse. All it takes is selecting the layer of the image that needs fading, adjusting its blur amount, opacity, shadows/highlights, and then adding a gradient map effect for added depth and interest.