I'm an ecologist working with trail camera data. I have about 1 million images taken over a period of several months from multiple cameras that I need to sort through for pictures of animals, but most of the images are pictures of grasses blowing in the wind (movement can trigger these types of remote cameras). The pictures I want to scrutinize closely for animals are those taken between dusk and dawn. I would like to organize all pictures by time taken (ignoring the date they were taken). That way, I can quickly scan through those taken during daylight hours (ideally, as extra large Windows thumbnails), and pay closer attention to those taken at times were 'true' detections are most likely.
Can someone point me towards a way to separate the date and time an image was taken, either in the EXIF data itself or as a sorting option in Windows Explorer? Essentially, I want to find a way to sort photos as Windows thumbnails by the time they were taken while ignoring the date they were taken. This must be possible, but I've found no solution.