I have a few gigabytes of digital photos collected over the years in various directories. My current need is to look for photos in portrait mode as against landscape mode. I am trying to write a shell script with the help of the
exif commands to see if I can get a list of images.
exif information shows that tag "Pixel Y Dimension" is larger than "Pixel X Dimension"
I have managed to get the right commands to get width and height of images:
exif -t 0xa002 image.jpg | grep Value | cut -d' ' -f 4 #Width exif -t 0xa003 image.jpg | grep Value | cut -d' ' -f 4 #Height
How could I combine this with the
find command so that I can find images where height is larger than width?
And, is there any way I can make it more generic - like find photos with certain date (in the exif data) or exif values?