I have a lot of printed photos which I have been digitalising. As it happens, some photos were printed more than once, and as such they have been digitalised more than once. I am trying to find those photos so I can delete duplicates.
This is a similar question, however, the duplicates as stated in that question seem to come from the same digital image. In my case, the photos are scans of different physical photos, so two duplicate questions might differ a bit more (e.g. slightly different lighting).
The software should scan a folder of images and compare the photos in the folder to each other and return in some way images that are very similar (two scans of the same physical photo) so the user can delete duplicates manually (after confirming by comparing the images manually).
Requirements for the software:
Work on Windows (could also be web-based);
Free or paid;
Able to import a folder of images (let's say a few hundred images in a folder) and compare the images in that folder.
This question is also very similar, however, it asks to sort images by similarity. My question is more specific about what I mean by similar (i.e. different scan of the same photo).