I am using OSX already for a couple of years, but I still have trouble finding a good workflow for cleaning up photos in a folder using Finder. What I like to do is view each of the photos and delete some of them. What I currently do is:
(a) put the relevant folder in List view (so I see all the details like size, and date modified), and
(b) use quick look (by pressing spacebar) to see the photo.
(c) Then I press cmd-backspace the delete the file if required.
The issue is: if I delete the file, the next file (or the preceding) file is not selected in Finder, which requires me to either use my mouse to select the next file (if I remember correctly which one it is), or (preferably) press the arrow keys a number of times to navigate to the relevant file.
In Windows Preview, deleting a file automatically shows the next file, which is very convenient.
What would be a good workflow to do this simple task in Finder?
(I don't want to use iPhoto etc. Using the icon view in Finder is not convenient either because the photos are too small and I can't use a single arrow key to go through each of the photos. I tried using Cover Flow in Finder, but I find the size of the photos also to be rather small)