Frames Tutorial

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In Afterlight, Frames are built as a final touch to finish off your photo. You'll find them in the save/share page when you're finished editing, just tap "Frame Options" to access them.

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Once opened, you'll see a wide number of frames you can swipe through, plus the option to change the color of the border, or add your own background photo. This example is the 'square' frame, a frame built for social media posting to keep your photo set in a square, so the entire photo isn't forced to be cropped.

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Here's one of our Instax frames, using the background photo option. Thecombinations can really make your photos stand out!

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We're always looking to add fresh new content, here is a look one of the new Afterlight film frames recently added for all members. If you have a suggestion for a new frame, we'd love to hear it!

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A quick tap of the Disposable film preset mixed with a film frame is the perfect combination, edit done in seconds. Try them out for yourself!

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