A utility for photo triage
15 Sep 2014
You know when you’ve shot a grillion photos and you just want to keep the good ones?
Here’s a small utility I’ve written to make this easy and quick. It’s for geeks, since it involves the dreaded command line to begin with.
Change into a directory full of photos and run a single command
triage. Open a web browser and point it to your computer (works nicely from iPad,
allowing you to sit on the sofa flipping through photos. Other tablet computers are available).
When you’re done, a file called
ratings.json will exist, and you can delete everything with less than, say, 2 stars with:
triage --less-than 2 remove
The utility removes .CR2 files and the like when it discards JPEGs. More details and source code at Github.< Previous post | Next post >