How to automatically find out-of-focus photos?

Started Mar 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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skyglider Veteran Member • Posts: 4,440
Re: How to automatically find out-of-focus photos?

Thorbard wrote:

skyglider wrote:

If you don't find what you're looking for, maybe consider using the free Faststone Image Viewer. Using Faststone, you can view screens of large thumbnail images, pick out the blurry ones at a glance, and tag them for deletion. This should go fairly quickly since you would be viewing many images per screen at a glance. Then delete all of the tagged images when you are done.

Just a thought,
Sky

This is the method I use for my photos (viewing in Adobe Bridge). I mark 1-star "must delete". 2-star is "probably delete" and 3-, 4- and 5-star are images I think are worth editing. I can then filter all the 1-star images and delete them easily. Its quicker to tag several images 1-star than to delete them individually.

Nice organized method.  Thanks for sharing.
Sky

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