If you're in the OSINT world, you likely do a lot of web scraping. Whether you're using Python scripts or browser extensions like Instant Data Scraper, you've likely come across a ton of image links in your experience. I found myself often scraping a list of images from a page, having to open the links and download them one by one, or using a third party tool to do it. When working on a project where I was building an image classifier, I decided to write my own script to simplify this process without any extra features. ImageSwipe was born. ImageSwipe is a script that takes an csv of image links you feed it and it downloads the images of those links into the ImageSwipe folder. Unlike browser extensions that will download all images on a page, ImageSwipe only downloads what you feed it, so you don't have to worry about removing icons or other unwanted images on the page. Use it in conjunction with Instant Data Scraper for the best results.