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Photo/Graphic Edges 7.0 Platinum Edition

Auto FX Photo/Graphic Edges 7.0 Platinum Edition is includes filters for edges, frames, and borders. It works as an Adobe Photoshop-compatible plug-in.


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Auto FX Photo/Graphic Edges 7.0 Platinum Edition is an Adobe Photoshop-compatible plug-in that includes amazing filters for adding edges, frames, and borders to your photos. The plug-in includes an extensive collection of film frames, darkroom effects, grunge edges, natural media borders, and plenty of styles. There are 32 edge effects in all, and each of these edge effects can be customized and even combined with other edge effects. The new Storyboards and Photo Layouts options use frame and edge photos using accents, grunge overlays, blends, textures, and mood lighting to create a perfect layout setting. There are over 300 pre-made photo layouts and instant effects. You can even design your own presets and save them so you can apply them to other photos later.

Photo/Graphic Edges 7.0 is from Auto FX Software, a company based in Birmingham, Alabama, and Nashua, New Hampshire (both locations in the USA) that develops professional Photoshop Plug-In filters. Other Photoshop-compatible plug-ins from Auto FX Software are Mystical Tint Tone and Color 2.0, Mystical Lighting, Auto Eye, etc.

You can download a free trial version of Photo/Graphic Edges 7.0 from the Auto FX Software.

My contact at Auto FX Software for this review was Patrick Sutton. Thank you, Patrick.


How To Use

Follow these steps to use Photo/Graphic Edges 7.0:

  1. Open any image in Adobe Photoshop or another compatible image editing application.
  2. Choose the Filter | Auto FX Software | PGE 7.0 option, as shown in Figure 1, below.
  3. Photo/Graphic Edges
    Figure 1: Photo/Graphic Edges
  4. Doing so will open Photo/Graphic Edges interface, that you can see in Figure 2, below.
  5. Photo/Graphic Edges interface
    Figure 2: Photo/Graphic Edges interface
  6. The interface is explained below:
    1. This part of the interface provides all the 32 edges effects via the Select Effect menu. The other options available here are the File, Edit, and View menus.
    2. Depending upon the edge effect you choose from the Select Effect menu, you'll find context-sensitive properties here that allows complete customization and fine-tuning of various parameters.
    3. Here you get options such as:
    4. Transform Effect lets you scale the applied edge effect,
    5. Transform Photo enables to scale the picture on which edge effect is applied, and
    6. Clone Edge allows to clone the applied effect.
    7. The options in this section change based on the edge effect you choose.
    8. Layer Palette: The edge effects applied on the image are stacked here, you can delete, clone any effect layer, and even add a new mask layer.
    9. Preview: This area displays the changes that occur, as you select and fine-tune the effects.
    10. This section of the interface provides options including Original, which displays the picture without the effect. If you choose Select Layer Preset, this opens the Presets window as shown in Figure 3.
    11. Presets
      Figure 3: Presets
    12. Choose any of the preset effects and apply them to the picture.
  7. Choose any edge effect from the presets, or create a unique effect of your own.
  8. Press the OK to apply the effect.

Here are some Before and After samples:

Before    After

Before    After

Before    After



Photoshop Versions: 7 and higher
Platforms: Windows, Mac
Site: Auto FX Software
Price: USD $249
Trial Version: Available


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