No offense intended, but this points out for me why GUI applications get so bloated, try to do everything in one place and one app. All the functionality you describe can be easily had and is more elegantly available via the commandline toolchain of gphoto2, mmv, convert and some shell scripting syntax. [It would be nice if there existed GUIs which allowed users the same degree of chaining together small tools.] If a photo managing application would implement all the functions you propose, it would become a redundant hybrid of The Gimp and a graphical filemanager like konqueror or nautilus.
- Thumbnail + filmstrip preview of images
- Image rename based on pattern/date/time/etc
- Lossless rotation by 90/180/270 degrees - including the thumbnail image in a JPEG
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