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For any level of photography enthusiasts, we may be used to taking multiple shots in a continuous, multi-angle sequence at the target in order to capture a good moment or the best shot. The problem is that we are often too lazy to clean up those duplicate photos later that should have been deleted at the very start. Over time, these duplicate photos waste more and more disk space, and are getting harder and harder to organize and tidy up – it has become a big headache to try to go back.