Copy your photos from an SD card or camera to a specific directory.
A script to archive photos off a camera to a directory.
What photocopy does is read the EXIF data from images and copy the latter to a specified directory. The use case is that you have an SD card from your camera and want to copy all the images/videos into specific directories by day or month.
You run it with:
./photocopy.py /media/sdcard/ /home/user/Photos/
and it will copy the photos to directories called "2014-03-12" by default.
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