print DateTimeOriginal from EXIF data for all files in folder

for i in *.jpg; do identify -format %[EXIF:DateTimeOriginal] $i; echo; done
see output from `identify -verbose` for other keywords to filter for (e.g. date:create, exif:DateTime, EXIF:ExifOffset).
Sample Output
2019:06:01 11:08:21
2019:06:01 11:08:39
2019:06:01 11:09:01
2019:06:01 11:09:08
2019:06:01 11:09:17

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By: m4r14n0ju
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