Caution The drawback of the Fade command is that it's only available immediately after you apply a filter (or other applicable edit). If you so much as modify a selection outline after applying the filter, the Fade command dims, only to return when you apply the next filter.
Therefore, you may find it more helpful to copy a selection to a separate layer (Ctrl+J) before applying a filter. This way, you can perform other operations, and even apply many filters in a row, before mixing the filtered image with the underlying original.
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