We can add effects and filters, crop and enhance, print and share, make books, cards, and calendars, and more. What we can’t do in iPhoto is make frames and collages the way it’s done in Frame King.
Point, Click, Drag, Drop
This isn’t my first app to create photo frames on my Mac. It’s not likely to be the last app to enhance a few of the many thousands of photos in iPhoto.
What Frame King does is what isn’t done by most other add-on photo apps for your Mac.
It creates frames and collages. Point and click. Drag and drop.
Frame King starts with a variety of templates which place multiple photos in a single frame (collage style).
You get controls for the frame width, color, design, corners and much more in a straightforward sidebar panel.
The sidebar controls make it simple– point and click style– to add text on a framed photo and change settings.
Frame styles, the templates used to drop in photos, are accessible from the left sidebar.
Controls for each frame are displayed in the right sidebar.
Drag and drop photos into the frames. Then, use the controls to adjust the frame’s aspect ratio, or width and height.
Frame corners can be controlled using the Rounded Corners slider bar. Frames can be colored and resized. Frame King comes with many design backgrounds, too.
Adjust the photo’s shadow, blur, and opacity. Add text with a click to bring up the text tool. There may not be an easier, less expensive way to create photo frames and elegant collages.
The resulting frames and collages can be saved as high resolution PNG, JPG, or TIFF files and dropped into iWork apps such as Pages and Keynote.