Frame your photos automatically with this Photoshop action

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. Guest

    Hi guys,

    I saw the other day a discussion online about adding frames to photos
    and thought this might interest some of you. I've made a Photoshop
    action that adds a nice frame to a photo. The cool thing about action
    is that you can batch it to a whole folder of photos
    and you can make a whole album of framed photos. Hope you like it and
    share it

    kindest regards,
, Jul 31, 2011
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    Carrie Guest

    Looks good, thanks. I extracted it to presets>actions is that right? I can
    open PS and find out... I have made my own actions like resizing, but not
    put one in from someone else.
    I've never found out, how can I use an action without the Automate>batch
    command? Or, maybe that's the only way? I don't use actions too much, I
    have some set up for resizing which I use with batch.
    Carrie, Jul 31, 2011
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    Carrie Guest

    I figured it out (ACTIONS) I had mainly used this for setting up my own
    and batching. The frame is coming out nice! I turned the black background
    on, to make it show up more. These are mainly just random pictures I clicked
    on to try the action on. I like how it has the two picture effect on it,
    instead of just a plain frame (which could be done in other ways)

    The snow on the clothespins is from awhile ago LOL
    Carrie, Jul 31, 2011

    jones Guest

    Thanks John,

    Will sure come in handy.

    in message > Hi guys,
    jones, Aug 1, 2011

    Carrie Guest

    I've been using this a lot. It's very effective looking. Realized I could
    click to see the background and change the color of that, and then realized
    it picks up the color that is set in PS when it puts on the effect.(action)
    Carrie, Aug 10, 2011
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