How to get EXIF, location, and metadata info in Photos for OS X
Finding and enjoying your pictures and videos is great, but for the super organized, seeing and editing all the data about them can be just as rewarding.
Photos for OS X lets you bring up an info pane that shows, if available, the title, file name, date and time stamp, EXIF (exchangeable image file format — aperture, shutter speed, focal length, metering mode, and ISO speed, resolution, file type), description, assigned faces, and location on a map. Not everyone has use for this type of information, but if you do, it's really easy to get.
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