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Frames

If you really want to give the distinct impression that an image was captured with film, even if it's a digital photo, one of the ways you can very clearly identify an image as being a film image is to add a film frame around the edge. Let's take a look at the various options that are available for adding a frame around a photo in Analog Efex Pro. I'll start off having chosen a preset that includes a photo frame. By clicking the frames heading over on the right panel.

So that I can adjust the various controls for that frame. And as you can see, there are not all that many controls available. We essentially are going to simply choose a particular variety of frame that we'd like to add to the image. To begin with, I'll go ahead and click the pop up at the top of the section here. And you can see, we can choose from. Film strip, white or lightbox. Obviously, the Film strip options. As you see here, represent the edge of film. So, we have, for example, the image number off of the roller...

Frames
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Frames provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Learning Analog Efex Pro

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Photography
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Analog Efex Pro
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