Photoshop and the script are the same as in my main account, so there must indeed be some read/write permission problem for the xml file, or containing folder. Can anyone tell me what should be the correct read/write permissions for the Contact Sheet II.xml file and/or the surrounding Application Support folder? Photoshop Digital Studio Cookbooks From O'Reilly Photoshop is the digital artist and photographer's premier choice for editing and manipulating digital photos. And with the mounting interest in digital photography, the demand for practical guidance, expert techniques, tips and solutions — recipes for success if you will — continues to grow. Contact Sheet Two is a script that will take you from Bridge over to Photoshop, …and then display this dialogue box. Now it knows that you had images selected …in Bridge and since you started in Bridge, it assumes that you want to use …those files.

On any of those platforms, the images can often be enlarged, flagged, and so on, which you couldn’t do with a printed contact sheet. When Photoshop and Lightroom really came into their own and were readily accessible, it REALLY made me think printed contact sheets were out the window, and then finally with the comeuppance of the free ... As you can see from the top photo, the only hitch is that you’ll have to look at your vertical photos sideways. If this bothers you, you can find more sophisticated options for printing a contact sheet in Photoshop or Lightroom or other photo organization software. Create a PDF contact sheet presenting your source images in a single document. CC and CS6 users, you can go to File > Automate > Contact Sheet II within Photoshop and choose your desired settings. CS6 users, you can alternatively use Adobe Bridge to create your contact sheet.