Can you make macOS Finder show image titles & captions in gallery view?

Post date: 2022-08-14 09:12:27
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For reasons, I'd like to make it possible for someone to view a collection of photos in ordinary folders on macOS. The ideal solution would be if the gallery view in macOS Finder would show titles and captions. But I haven't found a way to make it do that. Is there?

The macOS Finder gallery view has an optional right-hand column, and if you select all the possible metadata options in macOS Finder, it will show you EXIF and other data in that right-hand column for a selected image in a folder. Unfortunately, that info panel lacks the title and caption fields. My guess is that it's because the title and caption are written in a different metadata format, not EXIF but IPTC or XMP.

Is there a way to get the Finder to show those fields in gallery view somehow? Maybe I'm overlooking a setting or trick. Alternatively, has anyone come across a Finder plugin or extension that would make it show the title and caption fields?

(I formerly used Aperture and now use Capture One to edit photos, in case the authoring software is relevant.)
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