If you live in the world of Apple, thePhotos app is a reliable companion for photographers, which contains a powerful collection of image editing tools to enhance the appearance of photos.
You can also organize your photos by automatically sorting your photos by date and location. Face and object recognition lets you tag images for faces, objects, and scenes to search for photos by topic. You can also tag photos ̵
The latest version of photos delivered with MacOS Catalina adds a handful New tools that let you keep track of your images and get the best shots. To start Catalina's Photos app:
Viewing your photos by day, month, and year
In Catalina, Apple reorganized the Photos tab at the top of the app to make it easier to find your photos. MacOS Mojave's version of Photos included a pop-up menu that gave you access to photos, moments, collections, and years. Catalina exchanges this pop-up menu with four tabs that allow you to sort your photos by year, month, and day or by your entire catalog.
The photo previews in each tab are also larger than in Mojave and are used by the tool's built-in intelligence, Apple said, to preview the best part of a photo. Likewise, Photos in your photo library highlights the best images in your collection and removes duplicates.
After year. On the Years tab, your photos are collected with the oldest up and the newest down. Double tap a year to split photos by month.
By month. If you tap the Months tab, your photos will be displayed monthly. In the upper left corner is a descriptive text about where you took the photos.
By day. To view more details, tap the Days button. Photos collects photos by day or blocks so you can see what you have done during that time. According to Apple, photos are the best shots of the time to set the day in scene. Tapping an image will bring up editing and sharing tools.
For more information, see the more important features of Catalina and how to download and install the new MacOS.