Images with borders
the border tool for Mac OS and Capture One
Perhaps you have already asked google for all sorts of words to find out how to add border to image on Mac? There are many ways to to that, most of them are complicated.
With the Border Tool for Capture One Pro and Mac OS, you can define export specifications for different border sizes and easily add a white or black border to your images during the export process. You can export single images or hundreds of them at a time. Additionally, you can use the Border Tool directly from MacOS to quickly and easily add a border to existing images using drag and drop. It’s a convenient and efficient way to give your images a polished and professional look.
Add border to photos
- white or black frames for Capture One Pro
- Border width selectable: 1px, 2px, 3px, 5px, 10px, 15px, 20px, 25px, 40px, 60px, 80px, 100px, 150px, 200px, 250px, 300px, 400px, 500px, 600px
- Integration into Capture One Pro in processing specifications
- Exporting the pictures with frames only takes about 1 second longer
- also works without Capture One for existing images
- the surrounding frame is the same width everywhere
- no polaroid effect
I developed the Border Tool for Capture One Pro to make it easy to add a frame to your images. It works like a plugin, running smoothly in the background and allowing you to add a white or black border to your images with just a few clicks. No need for complicated manual processing or using other programs like Photoshop. Just export your image from Capture One Pro with the border of your choice. It’s a simple and effective way to enhance the appearance of your images.
Plain and simple: it looks great. Pictures always come into their own with a frame. That was the case with old paintings. Well, back then the frames were quite different and more detailed than they are today, but the principle remains the same.
A good frame supports the image effect. Background Color and Border color add to the experience. It is important that the frame itself does not attract too much attention or the picture itself does not attract too much attention steals. It is not for nothing that pretty much all image editing programs offer the option of adding a frame to the picture. Unfortunately Capture One Pro is not.why
If you don’t use Capture One don’t worry. The border tool can apply border to photos from iPhoto or any photo on your hard drive. Just drag and drop a photo onto the border tool.
Add border to image on a Mac?
In this demo we use the border tool via drag and drop directly in the Finder.
So you can easily add a border to existing pictures.
in Capture One
In this demo we use the Border Tool when exporting from Capture One.
We export 4 images with border: 1 each white and 1 black.
Why pictures with white frames
– add border when exporting from capture one
– add border to images by drag and drop in finder
– add border to images from iPhoto
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I want your photos to be dramatic and breathtaking.
When I’m not giving courses, I like to travel. For example, I have already been able to travel to Iceland, the USA, India, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
In the meantime, I travel a lot for Fujifilm as an X-Photographer. That means, I speak at events, create commercials and videos for new cameras. In addition, I regularly post new videos on my Youtube Channel online and have created and planned several photo courses in video format.
I am sure you will enjoy using the Border Tool! Thank you for your trust!
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