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Looks great! I did something similar with hugo and tried to automate the process as much as possible.

I use a utility called jhead to resize, fix rotation issues, and rename photos by date - then I tied this to a folder action on macos so I can just drop photos in a folder and they get renamed and resized.

Then Hugo has this cool 'smart' cropping feature which tries to crop based on content [1] - and the end result is now all I do is drop photos in a folder and publish and it comes out looking pretty good [2].

1. https://gohugo.io/content-management/image-processing/#image...

2. https://www.danielecook.com/photos/




Nice! I found Hugo about halfway through working on this and it seemed like a great solution as well. The jhead utility would save me a ton of time as I ended up cross referencing my negatives to find processing dates which is all in the metadata.

I ended up using sharp [1] since it was so easy to integrate into my workflow.

1. https://github.com/lovell/sharp




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