On Windows 10, it is fairly easy to search for photos taken within some date range. However, I would like to search for all photos that are missing metadata on when the photo was taken. Is there any way I can do that?
In FIle Explorer search, an empty field is represented by a pair of empty square brackets:
- Click in the Search bar and type:
in case of exchangeable image file format (EXIF) you can try exiftool recursively on
exiftool -p "$directory/$filename" -if "not $exif:all" -r yourphotodir
on Linux - single quotes:
exiftool -p '$directory/$filename' -if 'not $exif:all' -r yourphotodir
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File Explorer, target a folder hierarchy containing pictures, change the ribbon's View tab from
Details, right-click one of the columns and put a check mark in front of
Data taken. After that, you can click on the
Date takencolumn to sort accordingly.