[REPOST] How to Resize, Rename, Sort and Proof Photos from the Command Line

The ImageMagick suite of image processing and manipulating commands has been around forever, and lurks in all kinds of places: it is the image-processing backend in Drupal, Lyx, OpenShot, and many more. ImageMagick is über-powerful, and because it is a command-line program you can build clever scripts with it and automate routine tasks. You can flip, mirror, resize, distort, shear, and rotate images; do special effects, edit colors, and draw lines and shapes; create thumbnails, galleries, and proof sheets.

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One comment on “[REPOST] How to Resize, Rename, Sort and Proof Photos from the Command Line
  1. Phil Hill says:

    Thanks for the referral to Carla’s article Dmitri – very informative – as usual

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