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Creating a "frame" in Photoshop

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Is there a way to create frames in photoshop. If I have a few jpegs and I want to put a thin white or black (or whatever color), frame around each of them, can i do that, and if so how? Thanks.
 

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if you want to put a frame or border around an image, apply a "stroke" layer effect. Go to LAYER -> LAYER STYLE -> STROKE... you can adjust the settings to your liking.
 

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Yeah, it took me a while to find stroke. It's rather a clunky way of doing it in my opinion, and it's not at all intuitive. I wish Photoshop had proper borders for text boxes, as Quark does.
 

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ThrowgnCpr said:
if you want to put a frame or border around an image, apply a "stroke" layer effect. Go to LAYER -> LAYER STYLE -> STROKE... you can adjust the settings to your liking.

Thank you.
 

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Captain Khajiit said:
Yeah, it took me a while to find stroke. It's rather a clunky way of doing it in my opinion, and it's not at all intuitive. I wish Photoshop had proper borders for text boxes, as Quark does.

I think NewBlue has a set of plugins for Photoshop (CS4 and higher) that includes this very thing. I'll have to check when I get home tonight.
 
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