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    Framed Images

    Would anyone be able tell me, or show me a link so I can learn how to frame my uploaded images please?

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    My wife has used Frameco ( clubframeco.com ) - they have free advice/instructions on their site. It is also possible to do a short course through some Community Colleges, if you are interested. Hope this helps.
    Constructive critique of my photos is welcome and appreciated.


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    Thanks Ionica, maybe I worded my thread wrong but I am trying to find out how to frame my images that I upload to Ausphotography website. Sorry if I confused you...I confuse myself half the time.

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    Sorry - I didn't think of that. And, after re-reading your post, I wasn't reading it correctly, either.
    Last edited by Ionica; 29-05-2012 at 3:27pm.

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    In photoshop.......Crtl A , Shft Crtl J , Alt Ctrl C. Then choose width in cm and choose colour.

    Then to add a little frame within the frame /click fx button under the layers panel, stoke....choose from there how wide,colour etc

    Thats one way.



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    Hi Cheryl , Have a look here in this tutorial thread that I did , It relates to Photoshop but it may help you , Drop shadow framing

    http://www.ausphotography.net.au/for...w-Framing-quot Cheers Bill
    Last edited by William; 29-05-2012 at 3:39pm.
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    Thanks very much Kerrie & William. I mistakenly thought you did it on the website... silly me, still learning but never afraid to ask a question. If I don't I'll never get the answer. Sorry William, my fault for posting in site matters. Wasn't sure where it belonged but all good now been moved to the correct spot.

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    I use a program called framefun. Its free and easy to use. It does frames, shadows, borders and watermarks.
    Mark


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    Thanks Mark. Will have a look at that also.

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