About one year ago, I released Tych Panel, a tool that lets photographers automate the creation of diptychs, triptychs and other similiar layouts.
Being used by over 6 000 photographers around the world, it is safe to say that Tych Panel has been a great success. It was featured on sites like Smashing Magazine, Fotosidan, Moderskeppet, Kamera & Bild and Feber to name a few.
Today, I am announcing the release of Tych Panel 2, the latest rendition of the diptych creation tool. The new version features a wide range of improvements, making the everyday life of the photographer even easier.
The short list of improvements is as follows:
- 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.
I don't know how much time I've spent working on this update, but it's been a lot. And I'd like to thank a few people who've helped me along the way, and really, for making Tych Panel 2 what it is today.
So here we go.
Big shout-outs to John Nack from Adobe, Petra Hall, Christiane Rosenberger from Smashing Magazine, Sanna Lund from Moderskeppet, the people of Faded & Blurred. And to my girlfriend Stina, for being so patient with me.
Check out Tych Panel 2 here.