How to view EXIF image metadata in the Finder’s new Gallery view on macOS Mojave

The important Finder improvements in macOS Mojave include a brand-new Gallery view with big previews that make working with files easier. And as the Preview pane now displays all file metadata, you are able to find a specific image by confirming EXIF data like the camera model, aperture, location, exposure and more—right from the Finder, and here’s how.

The Finder on macOS Mojave brings a new Gallery View that lets you view image metadata and work with your files visually

macOS Mojave brought a new Gallery view to the Finder. Replacing Cover Flow (itself borrowed from the iTunes era), this new mode lets you skim through big previews of your files and visually identify ones you’re looking for. In addition, macOS’s Preview pane now displays EXIF metadata, making it way easier to visually manage media assets, like your photos.... Read the rest of this post here


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