Naming images


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Naming images

Just take a few minutes to chat about naming scheme. It may seem a little trivial, but in fact it's really important for you to develop your own naming system and then use it, because later on when you go to try to find images and you've got different naming systems at different times, they become a real nightmare. On the other hand having a consistent naming system will make organizing and finding and sorting through your images a whole heck of lot easier. Let me just show you what I do and maybe this'll give you some ideas about how you want to name your images. I like to have basically four parts to most of the images. These are the important images that I'm going to keep and work on them, put in my database and my portfolio.

I like to start out with the logical name like for instance Kim, because this is going to be a portrait of Kim and I may or may not call this Kim portrait for instance. We'll just keep it simple here. Then I like to put in a mode or bit depth. ...

Naming images
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Naming images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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