yes you can, however only one at a time if that's what you mean.
Not sure what you mean.
I have a photo with 4 people in it. I would like to put an independent face on each face - so each face stands out above the background.
But after I put the first fade on the first face.
The second time I open the Fade option - it goes back to the original fade instead of letting me a create a 2nd independent fade on the 2nd face.
Can that be done?
Have you tried to move the second fade that you get?
Moving the original Fade. Will make the 1st person face fade go away and move to the 2nd face.
Basically I want to know if I can apply 4 separate fades to the same photo. One per face. (4 people in the photo)
The first fade on the first face is easy.
But then when you go to Fade again to add a 2nd fade the points on the screen apply to the first fade.
If I move them to the 2nd face - then there will be no fade on the first face.
Basically I want to know if I can apply 4 separate fades to the same photo.
I think the problem is that you can apply 4 separate fades to one and the same layer and that it doesn't do what you want to.
You can probably solve this in many ways but since I cannot tell exactly what you want to do (no image) it's hard to understand
what's the best way. If you want to make sure that only the faces are being faded you can simply select them and then apply a fade on either them or the background in this case.
Otherwise I would try to use four layers and apply the fades to every face and then if needed because of layer limits, to merge some layers.