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Fastest Way to Crop Multiple Images

Explorer ,
Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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I have several RAW camera images. Each image has 4 planks of wood in it that are different colors. I need to create an 8.5" x 11" showing 1"x1" swatches of each color.

What would be the best way to batch-crop these images? Or do I crop them one by one on the artboard (which I seem to have difficulty with because even though I have the image layer selected, it crops the artboard to)? I need a total of 73 swatches when I'm done.

 

I attached one of the images as an example. I'm on a Mac Pro as well.

 

Any suggestions?

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Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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You could load all the files into one document. Set a snapshot in the history. Crop to the first plank, Then size the file to 1"X1", and then move all the cropped layers to a new file, Go back in history and repeat for each plank. When Done, use align and distribute for each row that you want.

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That sounds interesting. I'll have to try that out. Thanks for the suggestion!

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