We spent plenty of money on the frames for our photos but we’ve long since run out of wall space. Instead, we’ve created photo frames for our special photos and run them as screensavers, or a slideshow on the TV screen (when we’re not watching TV, of course).
One way to add classy frames to photos on your Mac is with the ImageFramer app. Think of unlimited frames meeting up with all your photos. That’s ImageFramer.
The app is straightforward and fun to use to massage your creative gene. The photo and frame lives in the center, while all the tools you need are relegated to the left and right sidebars.
Start with preset templates or create your own frame from the built-in library of frame components. Each piece can be customized to match your taste or the photo. Slider bars add opacity, color, saturation, shadow, frame width and more.
A huge selection of mats is included and can be dropped in between any selected frame and photo; again, with all the controls to customize. The included templates are professional quality and a good place to start.
If you really have a creative streak, there’s a built-in frame editor which gives you granular controls over every aspect of a customize frame. Customized frames can be saved and reused. Photos can be added by a simple drag and drop from the Finder.
Finally, what you see on the Mac’s screen is what you get when you print the photo and the frame. If there’s a better way to create customized, high quality photo frames with a professional look, I haven’t found it yet. It’s well done and deserving of all the four and five star reviews, despite the price tag.