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There's no automated contact sheet feature in Affinity Photo, but thanks to its pretty comprehensive alignment and snapping options it's fairly easy to place a set of images on the canvas and arrange them into a tidy array of contact sheet thumbnails.


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And the Power Duplicate should come very useful for that.


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I am interested in this and would find it useful as a quick find feature so would like to see it in a future upgrade please. At the moment I use a little app called Contact Page but it would be much better integrated into Affinity.


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Add my name to the interested customers. While it's all well and good to do the drag and drop procedure for a few photos, it gets way to tedious doing it for dozens and, sometimes, hundreds of photos.

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+1 for this!

I regularly have to create a contact sheet for storyboards, and sometimes they have up to 50 pictures.

If you do it, don't forget to add an optional caption for the filename, please.

Thanks!

 

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on windows you can print a contact sheet from windows explorer, select the pictures, right click print.

and it is with filenames.

print.thumb.png.2b54544cb0b557f39fdc6c3a443aa541.png


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