In this season of gratitude, we’re thankful for you, dear users! Whether you’ve been using Apparent Software for years or you just found us today (welcome!), this is the perfect time to grab one of our useful, friendly applications.
Until Wednesday, December 2, ImageFramer, Trickster, and Cashculator are 50% off. Yes, even ImageFramer Pro—a $40 saving that gets you batch processing and the frame editor along with ImageFramer’s huge and growing frame library!
This offer is valid only on purchases made directly through our websites. Good while supplies last! (We’re kidding; there’s plenty of software to go around.)
Beautifully frame your photos and digital art with ImageFramer
Version 2.5 of Trickster adopts the new Touch Bar in the 2016 MacBook Pro models.
The Touch will now always display a button to open the “File Tracking Configuration” dialog. In addition, it’ll allow to quickly visually change current filter and, when a file is selected, has a handy button to reveal the file in Finder.
Hopefully, the happy customers of the new MacBook Pros will find this integration handy.
The update is available both from the Mac App Store and from our site. If you already have a direct (non-Mac App Store) version of Trickster, you can use the built-in auto-updater.
Are you interested in the history of picture frame? Or perhaps you need some tips for choosing the perfect frame for your art work? What are the main rules of framing the photo?
We are pleased to inform you that we have started publishing educational articles on framing and matting. Take a look at our Picture Framing Articles page.
Every month we will add articles with interesting facts about framing, as well as sharing tips to mount your artwork.
Let us introduce our first article – Why a picture frame?
Why a picture frame?
A frame for a picture is like a beautiful dress for a woman. It serves to emphasize the important details, hide the disadvantages, and create a complete, perfect image. Many private owners and art galleries exhibit their paintings without frames, but this is a huge mistake. An unframed picture looks far less impressive than it could because the painting itself is rarely self-sufficient and lacks a complete form. In most cases the right framing is necessary to complete the image…