Application to import photos into a hierarchical structure based on the EXIF data of the photos.
A tool for importing photos from one directory into a hierarchical folder structure in another directory based on the EXIF data of the photos.
The idea is that you’re able to sort a folder full of photos (such as those straight off a memory card) into a navigable hierarchy like the following:
$ tree Photos Photos └── 2019 ├── 03 │ ├── 11 │ │ ├── photo1.jpg │ │ ├── photo2.jpg │ │ └── photo3.jpg │ ├── 12 │ │ └── photo4.jpg │ └── 13 └── 04 └── 01 ├── photo5.jpg └── photo6.jpg
The photo-import command can be installed via pip as follows:
$ pip install photo-import $ photo-import --version 0.3.0
Basic usage is as follows:
$ photo-import /path/to/source/image.jpg /path/to/sorted/photos/
This will move image.jpg into an appropriate folder within the /path/to/sorted/photos/ directory, resulting in, for example, /path/to/sorted/photos/2019/03/11/image.jpg.
$ photo-import /path/to/photo-source /path/to/sorted/photos/
This will move all photos found within the /path/to/photo-source directory into an appropriate folder within the /path/to/sorted/photos/ directory, resulting in, for example, /path/to/sorted/photos/2019/03/11/image.jpg.
Further usage instructions are provided by using the --help option:
$ photo-import --help
Running from source
There’s also a “runner” python script provided in the root of this repository for convenience when the source code is checked out locally:
$ pip install -r requirements.txt $ python runner.py --version 0.3.0 $ ./runner.py --version 0.3.0
Commit message format
Commit messages should conform to the conventional commits standard, and to help with this you should install the commitizen tool:
$ pip install -r dev-requirements.txt $ git add . $ cz commit
To run the test suite locally, use nose2 for unit tests, and behave for behavioural tests (Note that running behave will run python setup.py install, installing photo-import into your current environment):
$ pip install -r requirements.txt $ nose2 $ behave
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