If you're looking for the metadata this blog post has a helpful description of what you can pull from terminal and which utilities to use to access it.
Just to future-proof this answer, the gist of that article is:
To see these details in-depth, you will need to use the Terminal’s
mdls command, which will list all the metadata tags and values bound
to a specific file:
- Open the Terminal.
mdls followed by a single space.
- Drag the desired file from the Finder to the Terminal window, or otherwise target the file using Unix file path syntax.
- Press Enter to run the command on the file.