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Splitting aerial photography into images with GPS coordinates

Given this folder structure of (four) Oblique and (one) Vertical aerial photography of 10 cm resolution:

dir/Orientations/footprints.cpg
dir/Orientations/footprints.dbf
dir/Orientations/footprints.prj
dir/Orientations/footprints.qpj
dir/Orientations/footprints.shp
dir/Orientations/footprints.shx

dir/CameraCalibrations/f120.cam

dir/ImageDir/1_2913_00053116.jpg
dir/ImageDir/1_2913_00053117.jpg
...
dir/ImageDir/5_2916_00055752.jpg
dir/ImageDir/5_2916_00055753.jpg

I want to split each .jpg into 100 smaller images and retrieve the GPS coordinate of the midpoint of each image using Python.

What are the conceptual ways of going about, some references and/or Python snippets.

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    The GPS coordinates embedded into each set of the photos (ie four obliques + one nadir) are usually the uncorrected lat/long/ellipsoidal height of the IMU. – Ralph Tee Dec 24 '18 at 4:50

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