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I know how to add a frame to a single photo in Photoshop, but I don't know an easy way to choose multiple photos and apply the same type of frame to all of them. Can anyone suggest a method please?

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You can use frame fun application.Its free,easy to download and use.You can add frame to multiple pics in one go.

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Can you please explain how to use it? And why not using Photoshop? That was asked in the question ... BTW: Welcome to GD.SE! – Kurt Apr 2 '15 at 18:21

Use the "Batch" utility in PS. Look under File>Automate>Batch (Mac). From here you choose the Action, files, etc. You can create and save an Action that includes your choose Frame and edits via the Action Panel (Window>Actions).

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Better yet, use the batch function in Bridge (Tools > Photoshop > Batch). – Alan Gilbertson Oct 25 '11 at 9:18

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