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PRESS RELEASE: onOne Software Offers Free Holiday PhotoFrames
New holiday frames, textures, layouts, backgrounds, and adornments available for all PhotoFrame 3 and 4 owners
PORTLAND, Ore. -- November 20, 2008 -- onOne Software, Inc., a leading developer of innovative software tools for photographers, today announced the availability of holiday-themed frames, textures, layouts, backgrounds, and adornments for their award-winning Photoshop plug-ins, PhotoFrame 3 and PhotoFrame 4. The new content adds the perfect finishing touch to holiday cards, portraits or albums and is immediately available as free downloads from the onOne Exchange. These free elements are in addition to the 1000+ frames, backgrounds, textures, and adornments included with PhotoFrame 4 and are compatible with Essentials 2 for Apple iPhoto and Essentials 2 for Adobe Photoshop Elements.
"In the spirit of the holidays, we wanted to give our PhotoFrame users free content to add to their frame, texture and adornment library," said Craig Keudell, president of onOne Software. "This is just the first of many free frame packs that we intend to provide to PhotoFrame users so they continue to get extra value out of their software."
PhotoFrame 4 allows users to quickly and easily create one-of-a-kind works of art with frames, borders, adornments and texture overlays. PhotoFrame 4 delivers hundreds of new frames, including exclusive content from professional photographers Kevin Kubota and Vicki Taufer. It also includes a new, intuitive frame library that allows users to easily search, browse and preview content in real-time. PhotoFrame 4 extends supports to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 and Apple Aperture, allowing photographers to work seamlessly within their chosen applications.
(First posted on Thursday, November 20, 2008 at 13:13 EST)