I can't see a ref to this in that example code, but you can get tk to use fullscreen (rather than maximized which I think the geometry(wxh+0+0) does) using something like
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tk = tkinter.Tk()
some slightly complicated code to fill the screen with a scaled image using a blurred version of the same image to fill any letter/pillar box
PS, and just above the scale/blurring code in that example there's a bit showing how to rotate (say phone pictures) using EXIF info. Uses PIL as in Gordon's link.
PPS NB if you do make the tk window full screen you need to make sure you can close it using the escape key (for instance) before you test it out!