I've got a problem with photos & videos that I've imported from my Ipad to my Mac with Photos. The problem (with some files) is that Photos shows the correct time & date when they where created (i.e. when the button was pushed). But when I check the same files in Finder (in Show package content -> Masters), the date & time shown seems to be when they were imported. For example: A video was filmed on July 2. Photos shows that correctly, but the original file in the Photo library in Finder will show a later date, lets say July 11 - presumably the date when the file was imported. And also: if I export an unmodified version of the file from Photos, it will also get the wrong date even if the right date is shown in Photos. The unmodified version will get the (wrong) date visible in Finder. I only now realized this, and I've got quite a number of photos & videos that I've imported via Photos and then, from Finder->Masters, I have moved them to other folders. So now I'm afraid some of them have the wrong timestamp. Is there an easy solution to this? I have found the program Exiftool that does a great job of actually finding the real creation date & time, and I guess there is a way to correct the timestamps with Exiftool. But it seems to be a bit beyond my computer knowledge. So is there an easier solution, and has somebody else encountered this problem (i.e. that Photos shows a different timestamp than the Photo library in Finder, and that the Photos one is actually the correct one)?