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Very likely the designer created the logos as separate objects in Illustrator and, if printing is a consideration, you should use the vector data for its superior output and not pixel images like jpg.
If you do not have a full CC license that entitles you to use Illustrator you could use the 7-day-trial and see how far you get.
You could technically open EPS files with Photoshop, but this would rasterize the graphics. Because of this, Illustrator is a better option.
If your image has the icons sorted in a grid, you could just draw slices and export them that way.
There are a few ways to create slices from elements:
- Select one or more objects on the artboard, and choose Object > Slice > Make.
- Select the Slice tool and drag over the area where you want to create a slice. Shift-drag to constrain the slice to a square. Alt‑drag (Windows) or Option-drag (Mac OS) to draw from the center.
- Select one or more objects on the artboard, and choose Object > Slice > Create From Selection.
- Place guides where you want to slice the artwork, and choose Object > Slice > Create From Guides.
- Select an existing slice, and choose Object > Slice > Duplicate Slice.
Then you just need to save the result as PNG using
Save For Web & Devices.
(Source: Adobe Help)
Using Layers and Scripts
You could also use a script like this one: Export Illustrator Layers as PNGs.
Hey, great idea! I never thought of that. Then I suppose I could relatively easy create each logo/icon as it's own file and then open them as smart objects in photoshop to add to a library.
At this point they're intended use is for digital media but I might want to use them in print at a later stage... Thanks for the reply.
Thanks for this! I'm not sure if they're in a grid; I think they are so I might give this a go and see how far I get. Thanks for the reply.