You can download a plugin for Adobe Lightroom that applied an ImageFramer template onto your photo during the Export process. Here's how to download and use it. If you want to learn how to use, read "Using ImageFramer plugin for Adobe Lightroom".


-> Click here to download the ImageFramer plugin for Adobe Lightroom


  • Find the download file and unzip it, if needed. Your final file should be named ImageFramer.lrplugin:

  • It's a good idea to move the plugin to a folder where you want to keep it. A good place is a folder located at ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Lightroom/Modules/ where ~ is your home folder. You can get to this folder in Finder by copying the text starting with ~ and ending in Modules, pressing Command-Shift-G in Finder and pasting the text there.
  • Launch Adobe Lightroom
  • In Lightroom File menu, select Plug-in Manager… or press ⌥⇧⌘, shortcut:
  • Click on the "Add" button on the bottom-left of the Plug-in Manager. The will open a dialog to locate the plugin.
  • Navigate to where the plugin file is now located (you can do the Command-Shift-G trick again in the dialog box), select it and press "Add Plug-in" button in the dialog box.
  • ImageFramer should now appear in the list of plugins on the left of the Plug-in Manager:
  • Make sure it says "Installed and running". Also, make sure it shows the correct path to your ImageFramer in the Information section of the plugin.
  • Close the Plug-in Manager, if everything looks all right
  • If you want to learn how to use ImageFramer plugin, read "Using ImageFramer plugin for Adobe Lightroom".