Using PowerShell for Organizing your Photo Library

20110917210447Finally I’ve found a decent solution for moving my digital photographs to a date based hierarchy on my NAS: http://stevesmithblog.com/blog/copy-pictures-to-folders-by-date-taken-with-powershell/

My Photos are organized in a “Year\Year-Month\Year-Month-Day” structure based on the date the picture was taken. I’m very happy with the solution because a picture can only belong to one folder. No discussion possible. Moving pictures from multiple digital cameras and smartphones into that structure quickly becomes tiresome. I’ve tried AntRenamer and PhotoMove but always ended up doing most of the moves manually anyway. Until I discovered the post above, which refers to an even older post from Belgian SCCM MVP Kim Oppalfens.

I’ve only tweaked the script a little bit to have it match my exact folder structure.

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