The ultimate diptych, triptych & ntych automation tool for Photoshop
- What’s new in Tych Panel 2?
- Row / column compositing paradigm.
- Reorder images with thumbnails.
- Resize to both target width & height.
- Maintain width or height when adding pictures.
- Smart objects & Layer masks.
- Adobe Bridge integration.
- Background color, outer border & rounded corners.
- New output options.
What is Tych Panel
Tych Panel is an extension for Adobe Photoshop that automates the process laying out pictures side by side. It makes it easy to create diptychs, triptychs, quadtychs and a virtually unlimited set of custom layouts.
In other words, it’s time to throw out your old dirty templates and give Tych Panel a whirl.
It’s dead simple.
More layouts with new compositing paradigm
The new revamped compositing algorithm in Tych Panel 2 let’s you add rows or columns of pictures to the document, allowing more layouts to be created than ever before.
In fact, the new paradigm renders the old layout presets redundant, which is why they have been replaced by the Top, Bottom, Left and Right buttons.
Non-destructive editing with Smart objects & Layer masks
In Tych Panel 2, you can re-crop your pictures after they have been laid out by, giving you total control of the final result. Just enable Smart objects in the options and all layers will be converted to Smart objects and get the appropriate Layer masks automatically.
For bloggers: Maintain width / height + custom color
If you are a blogger you probably want to make your pictures a specific width or height. In Tych Panel 2, you can make sure your resulting picture stays the width or height you want, no matter how many pictures you add to the composit.
And don’t worry, the new compositing algorithm will make sure that your edges remain nice and crisp even after resizing.
You can also set the background color to match your blog directly in Tych Panel.
To see some examples of what’s possible with Tych Panel 2, check out the gallery.
Why Tych Panel?
Beacuse Tych Panel 2 is the fastest way to create diptychs in Photoshop.
Plus. It’s super-easy to use.
And oh, did I mention that it’s free?Tych
- Reimund Trost