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Is there a convenient way of creating a grid, or a collage of images, without having to do it manually?

Ideally I want a 64x64 square grid of images that are each 100px * 100px. I've seen them done a few times, I think Groupon used to have one. Are there any plugins that exist for this or any way of doing it without having to resize each image manually?

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Are you looking to construct this in Photoshop? If so, for what type of output? If you are looking for web design, there are things like which can do this on the web. –  Scott Mar 28 '13 at 8:21
@Scott yes I want to construct in Photoshop and have the output as a PNG. –  LOLKAT Mar 28 '13 at 8:57
Then you have to do it manually. I've never seen any automated processes for masonry layouts within Photoshop. I could be wrong though. –  Scott Mar 28 '13 at 8:58
@Scott I had a feeling I'd end up having to do it manually. –  LOLKAT Mar 28 '13 at 9:16

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Photoshop used to have a script pre-installed for creating grids of images called contact sheet. It was originally for photographers to print out a grid of images for reviewing.

You can reinstall it though for latest versions:

Windows -

Mac -

Just tweak the settings to get the grid you need.

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I know this is an old thread but I thought I'd comment just because it shows up so high in google searches- There is a script called TychPanel thats not only awesome but free! I would pay so much money for that thing because I use it all the time.

You can find the download and lots of information about it here:

The only problem I had was that it was a little tricky to install but it Looks like there's a newer version from the one I have so it might be easier to install than when I did it last.

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Looks spiffy. I'll have to give it a try! :-) –  Alan Gilbertson Jan 8 at 23:54

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