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Old Jun 2, 2009, 01:30 AM   #1
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iPhone Screenshots

Hi all,

I am able to easily create screenshots but was wondering if people knew how to create a nice frame around the screenshot (i.e. iPhone frame) like lots of the screenshots here.
http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2009...tion-websites/

Also what is a good design app, is iWeb any good or is something like RapidWeaver any good? I am proficient with HTML but want something that is easy to knock up and looks stunning and both of those seem to do the trick for an hours work....
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Take an image like this, and just resize your screenshot over it.

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I'd say Photoshop would be a good start.
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Ah, OK.

That I am fine with I suppose I was asking whether there was already a tool to do this?
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Photoshop. or a free alternative like Gimp. They make tasks like this easy.
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Even Photoshop Elements is sufficient to achieve this task.

Also, as to the image itself, get yourself a copy of the iPhone artwork that is available through the iPhone Dev Center: Marketing Resources for iPhone Developers. This includes a Photoshop file of the iPhone in landscape and portrait mode that make it easier to pop in your own screenshots.
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