I work as a night-time photographer. Every night I collect about 800 RAW files + 800 JPG files. I skim my pictures selecting JPG files, that is to say I delete all the pictures I don't want, then I mark my JPG files with a grey tag and I transfer them into RAW files folder.
In the final phase I have my original 800 RAW files + more or less 200 JPG tagged files in the same folder. I now have 200 JPG files matching exactly 200 of the 800 RAW-file names.
I sort all my files in this folder by name and eventually I manually delete all the non duplicate files. The grey tags help me during this process: I leave each JPG file (with a grey tag) and its correspondent/matching RAW file (with the same name as the
.JPG but with a
.NEF extension) being right below the JPG.
The screenshot at the bottom of this post shows this final phase.
How can I automate this part of my work flow? Is there a simple script I could run?