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Old 03-22-2010, 03:57 PM   #1
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Default PhotoTools 2.5 Free & PhotoFrame 4.5 Free (Mac/Win)

PhotoTools 2.5 Free is a free Photoshop plugin with several effects aimed at the needs of photographers. The effects are ones that many photographers would find useful. I have not tested this plugin.

http://www.ononesoftware.com/detail.php?prodLine_id=39

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I'm on OnOne's email list and PhotoFrame 4.5 Free (Mac/Win CS2/CS3/CS4) is also now available. NOTE: Fill out the info at the top of the screen and then scroll down towards the bottom of the page ("Free Downloads" section) to see the link for "PhotoTools 2.5 Free" and "PhotoFrame 4.5 Free" and then after clicking on the "download now" button, you will receive an email with the download links.

Here's what they had to say in the email about PhotoFrame 4.5 Free--bold/italic mine:

"PhotoFrame 4.5 Free gives you 20 professional-grade edges, backgrounds, textures, adornments, and even full-page album layouts. If you've never used PhotoFrame before, it will introduce you to a whole new way to get outstanding results inside of Photoshop in a fraction of the time it would take to create these types of edges and textures by hand in Photoshop. It's also the perfect way to try out PhotoFrame 4.5 without the typical restrictions that our 30-day trial version has - specifically, PhotoFrame 4.5 Free never expires. It is fully functional and you can use it on any of your projects."

I have PhotoFrame 2.0 and while I've not used it recently, I have used it a lot in the past and it's quite nifty because you can stack the frames and do things like add a drop shadow and play with the colors...it's pretty sophisticated and relatively straightforward to use--I use it from within Photoshop...

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PS...I mod'd the thread title to add PhotoFrame 4.5 Free...'-}}

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Old 03-23-2010, 01:42 AM   #3
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Many thanks for that, Andrew. Installed and checked. Looks amazingly useful.

   
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