Here is how you can hide pictures in Photos app for Mac

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There are times when I capture stunning images.  I always would like to keep them carefully on my Mac. Sometimes, to protect my images from prying eyes , I prefer to hide them in the stock Photos app, which is also similar to how I store pics on iOS devices.

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Once an image is hidden, it disappears from folders like Moments, Collections and Years. Nevertheless, all are saved in an album called “Hidden”. Thanks to that, it is so simple for you to search the hidden images

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to hide pictures in Photos app for Mac. Before we begin, make sure that you are running macOS Sierra

Steps To hide Pictures in Photos app for Mac

Step 1. First and foremost, you must open Photos app on your Mac

Step 2. Then, you have to access the pictures which you want to hide

Step 3. Next up, you need to right-click (Control+click) on the targeted image And choose Hide Photo

Step 4. Finally, you just need to click on Hide Photo again to confirm

How to hide Multiple Images on Mac Running macOS Sierra

In order to hide various photos, you should choose multiple photos via dragging the cursor. As above, you need to right-click and select Hide Photos to complete the process.

How to View hidden Pictures in Photos for Mac in macOS Sierra

Step 1. First off you have to launch Photos app on your Mac

Step 2. To move up, you simply click on View menu and select Show Hidden Photo Album

Step 3. Finally, double-click on the “Hidden” album from the left panel to complete the task.

How to Unhide Pictures from Hidden Album in Photos for Mac

Step 1. First off, you need to launch the Hidden album in Photos app

Step 2. Then, right click on the photo you wish to unhide and you are now done.

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