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Old 06. Dec 2012, 04:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I have tens of thousands of photos spanning 20 years.

A certain proportion of these are blurry and I want to cull them.

To manually find them all would take another 20 years :-)

So basically I am looking for a program that will find and flag such files so I can then go through and manually check them before deleting. That would be a lot quicker.

I have found software that can attempt to sharpen blurry photos but nothing that will simply select them and present the option to delete.

Anyone?

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Old 09. Dec 2012, 02:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This is a online free web application which is supposed to help you check image quality based on test- and calibration-targets present in your images. http://delt.ae/
I haven't used the site myself because well to be honest it looks a little complicated for me but it has the advantage of the fact that you wouldn't need to download software but you do need to register to use the image checker ( so maybe use a disposable email address to check it at first ) but I've checked the URL with virus total and it came back clean.
Here's a You-tube video showing the image checker. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTUw4...Fp7K1g&index=2
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A web application that requires individual photos to be uploaded for checking, will be quite impractical, when he has thousands of photos to check.
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Yes I don't doubt that a very laboriousness task indeed , if anyone else has a better suggestion I'd be glad to hear it myself because I have a bucket load of photos I need to sort through too and some freeware that would sort through all the blurry poor quality ones would be great.
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Old 17. Dec 2012, 03:15 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Default blurry is a very relative term

How blurry is the photograph? The software would have to be extremely smart even by todays standards to find that out and if there were any programs they maybe commercial.
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