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01-20-2021, 02:21 PM   #1
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Picture Packages - Same image, different sizes

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Does anyone know of printersoftware, that facilitates printing different sizes of the same image on one sheet of paper, please? Just like what school photographers use.
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01-20-2021, 02:47 PM   #2
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If you are printing yourself then your manufacturer may have a workable solution, Epson has print layout and Canon something similar but I have not investigated them. If you are intending to use a lab perhaps they have or can make for you a template?

Qimage
A Qimage layout is a page of templates arranged in a certain way to create a custom layout. Layouts may be loaded, modified, and saved. Saved layouts can be used by clicking "Custom", "Layout" on the "Size" tab
Qimage Ultimate - The Ultimate in Batch Photo Printing Software

Lightroom
Maybe overkill as it is subscription based only
Print module layouts and templates in Lightroom Classic

Hotfolder Prints
Have not used this but it looks like it may do the job you require
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01-20-2021, 03:19 PM   #3
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Try Imageprint Red
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Sorry! I am not good at posting! But Image print works great for me.

01-20-2021, 04:00 PM   #5
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Thank you TonyW.
I do have Lightroom, but I dont like it. I have to arrange the package myself, and it may disapear when I update. I guess I could say the same about Qimage. I'll have a look at Hotfolder prints. I made some in Photoshop using smart objects. Very time consuming.
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Thank You TonyW
I'll have a look :-9 I made some in Photoshop. Very timeconsuming.
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Can you not save the work you did in photoshop as a template for futher photos ?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Photodana Quote
Does anyone know of printersoftware, that facilitates printing different sizes of the same image on one sheet of paper, please?
The version of Corel PaintShop Pro that I have -- the 2018 version -- includes about a dozen templates of various layouts. The cells in a layout can contain identical images or an assortment of different ones.

I don't know whether the more recent versions also have that tool.


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If I were going to do this a lot, I'd probably write a script using ImageMagick. If that's a possibility, this link would make a good starting point.
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Why not use something like Affinity Designer?

Use a raster. Copy and paste and resize the image as needed. Use copying same sized images in blocks. If needed insert lines text etc. as needed on another layer. So you can activate / deactivate these by one klick.

This really shouldn‘t take too much time. Didn‘t try it but think it would work.
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Here's a DYI explanation. I remember there being a tool in the standalone PS version a few years ago but looking just now the old download link for the add-on won't work anymore with anything beyond CS6, and the video confirms what I've discovered.

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On the Mac, GraphicConverter has a Picture Package function that makes it easy to setup how you want them arrange for your photo. It comes with some arrangements built-in.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dbs Quote
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Can you not save the work you did in photoshop as a template for further photos ?
Yes - but not a template. I just save it as a PSD file.
Here is one you may use - it's for A3+ paper: https://www.planfoto.dk/home/billedpakker/PPP-329x483.psd
Here is one for 40x60cm paper (PIXUM may print it for you): http://www.planfoto.dk/home/billedpakker/PPP_400x600.psd

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