Did you know that when you take a photo there’s usually all kinds of hidden information known as metadata attached to it? That metadata can reveal details such as the camera used, the date and time, maybe even the GPS location of the photo, and perhaps the name of the photographer, and much more. Here’s where you can find that information using iPhoto and the Finder.
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