Thursday, 10 March 2011

Extracting photographs from your iPhone with Linux

It is very easy to extract photos from your iPhone with Linux. You need the gphoto2 package:

$ sudo apt-get install gphoto2

Once it's installed, navigate to the directory you want the photos extracted to and issue this command:

$ gphoto2 --port=usb -R -P

If you want to extract a known range of photos, do this:

$ gphoto2 --port=usb: -R -p x-y

where x is the starting photo number and y is the ending photo number. Easy!

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