I hope some of you super smart MacBook Pro users will be able to help me... I just made the switch from a windows laptop to a Macbook Pro, and while I am very happy with my decision, I am still working on that learning curve. I am a photographer who uses Adobe Bridge to cull photos (by giving them star ratings) and Adobe Photoshop to process. I recently shot a wedding with two different cameras. I synced the time on the cameras prior to starting the shoot so that the photos of the entire day would be sorted in time order when saving them and burning them onto a disc. I used three memory cards throughout the day and processed all of the photos off one card before moving on to the next, so the photos were not processed in chronological order. I shoot in RAW and run batches that save the final photo as JPEG. I would like to burn these files to a disc in chronological order. I have created a folder in Finder where all of the photos are located. I am unable to sort the files by DATE TAKEN. There is an option for DATE CREATED, but the date it shows is the date the JPEG file was created, not the date the photo was taken. When I click on a file and look at its file info, the DATE TAKEN is not shown, just this same date that the JPEG file was created. However, when I look in Photoshop at the file info, the DATE CREATED is indeed the actual time that the photo was snapped during the wedding. Does anyone know how I can get this information into Finder? Is there another "Explorer" type software I should be using to make this work? Is there a better way to burn files to disc than using Finder?