Picturama – keep track of images and metadata

There are various apps that can be used to keep track of your photos, downloaded images and project data in image formats. With the Photos app for the Mac, Apple offers a solution that can be used for many purposes. And the macOS preview function ensures that image files can be viewed quickly and easily. But if you want to see the date the photo was taken, the camera used, the location, Exif data and more for each photo, take a look at picturama. The Picturama app for macOS, Windows and Linux also offers simple photo editing options.

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With the Picturama app for macOS, Windows and Linux you can keep an eye on your photos and images. Meta and Exif data are also displayed. The photos can also be rotated and cropped using the free, open-source software.
With the Picturama app for macOS, Windows and Linux you can keep an eye on your photos and images. Meta and Exif data are also displayed. The photos can also be rotated and cropped using the free, open-source software.

Picturama for macOS – photos and images at a glance

Picturama creates an overview of the locally saved photos and images so that they can be viewed clearly in the functionally designed app. A wide variety of formats are supported, such as JPG, PNG, TIF, WebP, HEIC and HEIF. In addition, there are the RAW formats from a wide variety of cameras (only under macOS and Linux).

When viewing a photo or an image file, the corresponding meta and exif data are displayed in a sidebar. If the coordinates of the recording location have been stored, this is shown on a map. Furthermore, you can rotate and crop the images with Picturama. Duplicate photos or photos that are no longer needed can also be deleted directly via this app.

Picturama is free and open source

You can download the organizer for photos and images on the Apple Mac, the Windows PC and the Linux machine for free. This can be done both on the app's website and on GitHub, where you can also view all elements of the software individually. The links to the sources can be found above under the introduction.

By the way, you can also click on a link on the pages that will take you to an overview of the camera RAW formats supported by LibRaw 0.20 (here). Picturama uses LibRaw, so this is the list of formats supported by Picturama. Do you have any comments about the app or your own experiences with it? Please leave a comment!

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