Though some image-editing tools provide a few options for virtually framing your digital photos, IdFramer takes the concept to a whole new level. The logically arranged interface isn't likely to befuddle most users, and the large preview window lets you see every detail of your new image. IdFramer provides you with many user-adjustable templates for framing your image. If you're not a fan of the included ones or you have a creative streak, you can make your own by selecting frame style, color, size, and texture. Folks who want to get extra fancy can layer several custom frames for a truly unique look, and the ability to frame shots in bulk is a welcome addition. Beyond its framing talents, the application can add captions and perform simple edits, such as rotation, resizing, and red-eye removal. Digital photographers with a sense of style will have fun fooling around with IdFramer.
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