How do I select only 'locked' files in a folder

  richardcrease 17:07 04 Nov 2015

Hi , can anyone help please , I am a photographer and when i view a list of photos in a folder in Finder, i would like to be able to list the photos with regard to which ones are 'locked' or 'protected' ( in camera ) so i can just highlight those images and move them quickly to my editing software. In Windows explorer there is an option to add a column called attributes which does the job and i need something similar on my Mac please. I know there are some Finder alternatives but do any of them do what i want? When I load the whole folder of photos into Adobe Bridge, it does show me whch ones are locked but there isn't a way of selecting just the 'locked ones' .Thanks in advance for any help or advice . Im on OS10.10.5

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