Mojosoft's Photo Frame Studio offers a quick and easy way to add attractive frames and borders to your digital snapshots. Preconfigured templates and a huge library of clip art, effects, objects, and more give you a wide range of attractive options. Photo Frame Studio also helps you with a Design Wizard that helps you realize your vision in four easy steps. You can save, export, or display your creations as digital images, or print them out for studio-quality portraits and photographic mementos.
Photo Frame Studio's user interface employs the muted dark-gray borders and backgrounds typical of image editors. The layout follows the Explorer style of toolbar-sidebar-main window, only with a tabbed panel on the right accessing Settings, Layers, Objects, and more. A user manual is there if you need it, but you might want to just start using Photo Frame Studio since its templates, wizards, and sample images make the process very easy and instructive; and it's also easy to change and customize your creation until it's perfect. A quick-start screen appeared when Photo Frame Studio launched (or when we clicked "File/New"), so help is never far away. We could customize backgrounds and objects, text, and more. We could export finished images to use as desktop wallpaper or Web posting.
While Photo Frame Studio isn't expensive, it's not free. While much of what it does can also be done by freeware, Photo Frame Studio's easy methods and abundant resources help tip the balance. It's free to try with watermarked output, so try it on your snaps and see for yourself!
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Photo Frame Studio 2.94.
Photo Frame Studio has been designed to edit and decorate digital photography's. The interface is designed in such a way that everyone can operate it. You can decorate your picture using instructions by means of adding to it a frame, a mask, the background, and a shade or a text. Using all these functions and effects and taking into account the fact that we can use all the options simultaneously including the change of color of each layer, the change of saturation and contrast, and you can claim that each picture will be different. You can also design your own composition. You can also calibrate pictures, so you can cut them, and zoom to the view that suits you and get rid of the red-eye effect. You can print pictures using your printer as well as you can save ready photos in order to send them to photo-labs.