The photoshop JcpSloppy script comes with 32 high quality borders (16 border files with 2 variations each) and you can add your own borders. Here is what you can do to any picture with just a few keystrokes.
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Works on Windows and Mac versions of Photoshop!
Works on Photoshop CS6
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Easily add your own borders
32 High Resolution Borders Included
"We just installed JcpSloppy, and I have to say, I am hooked! It is so easy, fun, and FAST to use, that it will be hard not to overuse it, especially because the styles match our shooting style so well."-- Dave Camara Camara Photography
JcpSloppy only works on PhotoShop CS6
There are 32 high quality borders included and you can easily add your own borders and templates. Here are sample images.
|Borders by Andrea Rascaglia|
It is pretty simple to add a border. The 1st thing you do is you need to build a border template psd file using photoshop. It can be any size, but we recommend on of at least 1000 pixels. The format of this file is simple. Just create a psd file with a border and an empty (transparent) middle where the image will appear. Here is a sample:
Save the .psd file. Next bring up JcpSloppy and click the add border button and select your border. That is all there is to it. From there try it on some images and see if it works ok.
The script tries to figure out where the image should be placed and does a great job most of the time. If it doesn't on the border you just created, edit your border .psd file and add a layer called photo on it. This layers should contain a filled box on it where you want your images to be placed. Here is an example of a photo layer. Save the two layer .psd file and add it again to the script and see if that fixes your problem.