Christopher Breen writes for Macworld, “Reader Phil Rogers has more images than he cares for. He writes: ‘Because digital photos are so easy to save, my wife and I developed the bad habit of downloading, and downloading, and well, downloading. If we needed to show each other something at the store, we’d snap a photo and email it. Then at some point, that orange, or stapler, or whatever, would eventually get downloaded. Net result? Over 50,000 photos in iPhoto, with many duplicates. How does one even begin to cull the herd? I’ve tried many of the duplicate-finder programs with varied success. But what about just plowing through to get rid of the clunkers?'”
Breen writes, “This is a common problem, particularly now that so many of us carry around cameras (in the form of mobile devices) each day…”
How to cull your iPhoto library of duplicates and bad photos here.