You can do it manually but this means a lot of work and a large number of slides.
Unfortunately the fade is linear . . . if you wanted something different. But, you'd need to go to Producer if you wanted something that (it includes opacity and the ability to vary your opacity amount over time using keyframes).
I do not like a wild mixture of different or too fancy slide transitions so I usually use a simple blend over. Most of the other transitions are annoying after a while.
Yet the fading over white or black is simple, elegant and professional. Having that transition effect build into ProShow is a lot easier than manual work of inserting a blank slide after every image. Also it blows up your presentation.
Too often the people who're learning how to create a show go more for the wow! stuff vs the stuff that's going to keep people coming back for more. It takes awhile before common sense sinks in. Well, it's often just part of the learning curve!
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