Looking through the images that I've got backed up on my NAS drive, I can see that I've got quite a number of them duplicated.
I'd ideally like to tidy them down so that I have a master image for each photo that I can then go and work off of if I want to. I think that I'd hope to start with the EXIF information, and then work outwards towards 'smarter' matching from there.
Any recommendations for free software that will help me do this quickly and easily?
You could potentially sort them in photo mechanic and deleted them from there if they are the same name.
So they would show up next to each other if they are duplicates, maybe worth a bash.
Picasa finds dupes
only a noob here, but got great results with https://dupeguru.voltaicideas.net/
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