How do I see the resolution of pictures in macOS Sierra?

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I went into finder > View >Show view options and the only thing it did was on a folder it told me how many pictures were in the folder in small blue type underneath.

However, all the pictures I have in the location did not show any more information than before. I want to see each pictures resolution, how do I achieve this? This is such basic information I am surprised it is not on just by default (cough windows).
 

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One of the easiest ways to check for info on an image is to click on the image and then hit Command+I. This will open a menu with a lot of details about the image. As shown below.

Screen Shot 2016-10-12 at 9.45.47 AM.png

Preview is another option. Open the image in Preview and go to Tools>Show Inspector. This will offer you options to choose from depending on the info you would like to see for that image. As shown below.

Screen Shot 2016-10-12 at 9.57.44 AM.jpg

There are also many third party apps available in the App Store that can provide all the details of an image for you.
 

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