Keywording images

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  1. ahelg

    ahelg TPF Noob!

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    I'm trying to keyword all my images but I'm having difficulties in working out how I shoud do it.

    If I have a picture of several statues standing in a place called Frogner Park, how should I tag it. Should I have as many tags as possible or try and limit it?
     
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    j_mcquillen TPF Noob!

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    Depends what the images are being keyworded for... If its for a stock library, then you'll probably need to follow their instructions on the type and amount of keywords used... If its for your own filing systems, an online gallery, or something like Flickr, then just keyword them with whatever words you'd use to look for that sort of image....

    To use the Statue example, you might keyword them with 'Statue', 'Statues', 'Sculpture', 'Frogner Park', 'Oslo' etc... just any words that fit with the image...
     

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