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Extensis Ships PhotoFrame 2.5 for Border and Edge Effects

Tuesday, December 10, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

Portland, Ore. – December 9, 2002 – Extensis is now shipping a new version of PhotoFrame, its award-winning, professional quality Adobe Photoshop plug-in that allows users to interactively design stunning border and edge effects. Users are able to experiment with the latest artistic edge effects, colors, blend modes, shadows, textures and bevels to create a limitless variety of borders for photos and images. PhotoFrame has been updated to include more than 1,000 new, professionally designed frames and added support for Adobe Photoshop 7.0 in Mac OS X.  PhotoFrame 2.5 is available now through the Extensis website at http://www.extensis.com/photoframe. “PhotoFrame is the strongest tool for creating unlimited, high-quality borders and frames for images,” said Lisa McCormack, PhotoFrame product manager for Extensis. “Couple the addition of 1,000 new frames with the added support for Photoshop 7.0 in Mac OS X, and users will find PhotoFrame 2.5 is the obvious choice for creating professional quality, customized borders for photos.” Some of the 1,000+ new frame families included in PhotoFrame 2.5 are Acid Burn, Junkyard, Paper Mache and more than100 different variations of the popular Emulsion family of frames that allow users to depict any number of camera edge effects. “Extensis' PhotoFrame 2.5 is a valuable add-on for Photoshop 7.0 users, allowing them to create customized photo borders,“ said Kevin Connor, director of Photoshop product management at Adobe Systems. “The extended capabilities in Photoshop 7.0 allow Extensis to offer an even more powerful version of PhotoFrame to its users.“

 

 

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