- May 23, 2016
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Shotwell Is great in Linux if you use it... It is a chronological organizer and has some manipulation tools too.Another question for the photo junkies in this thread....
Does anyone know of a decent software package that will "collect and archive" all my photos?
Since my first digital camera (2001) I've gone through multiple computer replacements, scores of portable hard drives, done numerous backups etc. What I'm left with is a scatted mess of files and folders across various hard drives with many duplicates and no real method to my storage madness.
So - today I was looking for puppy photos of my dearly departed Golden retriever (circa 2006/2007) and I can't find a big slice in time - hoping it is on one of the various hard drives in the pile.
What I would like to do is spend some time and gather everything I can find on the drives and copy it to a single chronological archive (say a folder per month for the last 15 years), maybe rename them with the date or something and delete all of the duplicates.
Intuitively - this should be something seemingly simple for a software company (a room full of code monkeys?) to develop so I assume something already exists (I'll search but I tend to get more useful answers from the MLP collective)
Thanks in advance