The least painful way? Look up Imagemagick montage.
What are the dimensions of your photos? You may be able to load them all up
as layers in GIMP and use the G'MIC version of montage as well.
On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 12:29 PM anonymousbrad <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
> I have a bunch of photos that are exactly the same in dimensions
> I want to make an album out of these, and the album should be a png file
> So something like this:
> If you look at the picture above, the white ones are the photos, the red
> is the
> background image that I want to use. Each photo should also have a label
> it, like AB-90, etc.
> The final product should be a png file.
> I know I can do it manually using gimp but the problem is there are over
> images and doing it by hand will take forever, and if I do it by hand the
> distances between the images may not be uniform. In fact I have been doing
> it by
> hand since last night and I got frustrated and gave up.
> I want to somewhat automate this using gimp. is that possible?
> What is the least painful way of doing this?
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