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junglejuice
 
Posts: 49

Borders and signatures

Post Tue Jul 31, 2007 2:59 am


Hi all I am hoping that someone on here can help me, I wish to add some pics to an online album and I want to jazz them up a bit by adding a border or frame around the image and also add a name or signature in the corner.
Is there a tutorial available or can someone give me some help on doing this?
Many thanks in advance, Junglejuice......

pdx_photoman
 
Posts: 5

Frames for images

Post Thu Aug 02, 2007 3:56 am


What software are you using? If Photoshop, there are lots of frame actions on my free site, http://www.atncentral.com. With a standard image size and a frame you liked, you could easily write a batch process (Kent Christiansen has a batch image correction process on the site that you can use as a template.)

Depending on the framing action, you might have to do two batches processes, one for portrait orientation and the other for landscape. It may be worth a try. The price is right. :D
Jim Lewis
atncentral.com

fakakte
 
Posts: 3

Re: Borders and signatures

Post Mon Nov 19, 2007 6:01 pm


junglejuice wrote:Hi all I am hoping that someone on here can help me, I wish to add some pics to an online album and I want to jazz them up a bit by adding a border or frame around the image and also add a name or signature in the corner.
Is there a tutorial available or can someone give me some help on doing this?
Many thanks in advance, Junglejuice......



I found a nice website that adds borders to photos : http://www.upframr.com

longlife
 
Posts: 3

Why not try ZC Dream Photo Editor?

Post Wed Nov 21, 2007 2:54 pm


ZC Dream Photo Editor: Blend pictures and create a pretty composition of two images.
ZC Dream Photo Editor makes you easily blend your digital photo onto another picture (a landscape picture) in any size. You can also add some pretty frames, flowers, cartoon, jewelry, icon pictures, or write your comments on the photo to make it more beautiful and attractive. 200 masks, 100 kinds of flowers, 110 cartoon pictures, 40 jewelry pictures, 50 icons, 187 frames for you to add to your photo.
http://www.zcstar.com/dreamphoto/download/setup.exe

martipatri
 
Posts: 1

Re: Borders and signatures

Post Fri Nov 23, 2007 11:30 am


fakakte wrote:
junglejuice wrote:Hi all I am hoping that someone on here can help me, I wish to add some pics to an online album and I want to jazz them up a bit by adding a border or frame around the image and also add a name or signature in the corner.
Is there a tutorial available or can someone give me some help on doing this?
Many thanks in advance, Junglejuice......



I found a nice website that adds borders to photos : http://www.upframr.com


and.....where is the photoframe?? Where it go ??

fakakte
 
Posts: 3

Re: Borders and signatures

Post Mon Nov 26, 2007 4:14 pm


martipatri wrote:
fakakte wrote:
junglejuice wrote:Hi all I am hoping that someone on here can help me, I wish to add some pics to an online album and I want to jazz them up a bit by adding a border or frame around the image and also add a name or signature in the corner.
Is there a tutorial available or can someone give me some help on doing this?
Many thanks in advance, Junglejuice......



I found a nice website that adds borders to photos : http://www.upframr.com


and.....where is the photoframe?? Where it go ??


Its back now ...

claude_m
 
Posts: 99

Re: Frames for images

Post Sun Aug 03, 2008 9:10 am


I downloaded your atn files for a framing trial with CS3 but the action into the scripts get stopped because I use a french version of cs3 and strings like e.g. "background copy " should becomes "arrière plan" , is there any way to EDIT the scripts to adapt it to local version of CS3 ?
thank you
claude
Belgium
pdx_photoman wrote:What software are you using? If Photoshop, there are lots of frame actions on my free site, http://www.atncentral.com. With a standard image size and a frame you liked, you could easily write a batch process (Kent Christiansen has a batch image correction process on the site that you can use as a template.)

Depending on the framing action, you might have to do two batches processes, one for portrait orientation and the other for landscape. It may be worth a try. The price is right. :D
Jim Lewis
atncentral.com


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