With the optional Picture Package plug-in, you can place multiple copies of an image on a single page, much as portrait studios do with school photos. You can also place different images on the same page. You can choose from a variety of size and placement options to customize your package layout.
(Photoshop) Choose File > Automate > Picture Package. If you have multiple images open, Picture Package uses the frontmost image.
(Bridge) Choose Tools > Photoshop > Picture Package. The Picture Package command uses the first image listed in Bridge unless you select a specific image before giving the Picture Package command.
If you’re using only the frontmost image or a selected image from Bridge, skip to step 3.
In the Source Images area of the Picture Package dialog box, choose either File or Folder from the Use menu and click Browse (Windows) or Choose (Mac OS). If you choose Folder, you can select Include All Subfolders to include images inside any subfolders.
Click a placeholder in the preview layout and browse to select an image.
Drag an image from the desktop or a folder into a placeholder.
You can change any image in the layout by clicking a placeholder and browsing to select an image.
You can modify existing layouts or create new layouts using the Picture Package Edit Layout feature. Custom layouts are saved as text files and stored in the Layouts folder inside the Presets folder. You can then reuse your saved layouts. The Picture Package Edit Layout feature uses a graphic interface that eliminates the need to write text files to create or modify layouts.
(Photoshop) Choose File > Automate > Picture Package.
(Bridge) Choose Tools > Photoshop > Picture Package.
Click Add Zone to add a placeholder to the layout.
Select a placeholder and click Delete Zone to delete it from the layout.
Enter values in the Width and Height text boxes to resize a placeholder.
Click and drag a handle to resize a placeholder. If you resize a rectangle placeholder with an image in it, Picture Package will snap the image within the vertical or horizontal placeholder, depending on the way the zone is being resized.
Enter values in the X and Y text boxes to move a placeholder.
Click and drag a placeholder to the location you want in the layout.